Posted on 16/08/2018
Two railway stations Jodhpur and Marwar railway station in Rajasthan were declared as India’s cleanest railway station in the third cleanliness survey. Railway minister Piyush Goyal said North Western Railway topped the list as the cleanest zone. The results of this Cleanliness Survey Report indicates that how Indian Railways is undergoing a massive transformation to serve the nation in a better way.
The third cleanliness survey ranking reports cover a total of 407 railway stations which include 75 stations in A1 and 332 stations in A category.
While Jodhpur railway Station beats other 406 major stations to emerge as India’s cleanest railway station. Jodhpur emerges as a topper in the A1 category of railway station followed by Rajasthan capital Jaipur and Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh while Marwar in Rajasthan topped the list among A category railway stations, followed by Phulera in Rajasthan and Warangal in Telangana.