Jodhpur and Marwar railway stations of Rajasthan were declared the most clean in the third survey. Releasing the Cleanliness Survey Report on Monday, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said, “Jodhpur A1 has emerged as the cleanest station under the A1 category.” Last year Visakhapatnam was in the first place. ” He said Rajasthan is the second largest city of Rajasthan and Tirupathi of Andhra Pradesh is in third position.
In the survey this year two stations of Rajasthan have come to the top in cleanliness. Jodhpur on the first number and Jaipur on the second number. Both cities are important in terms of tourism. Jodhpur’s place was 17th in the A1 stations in the cleanliness survey of the year 2017. While Jaipur was eighth place
The minister also said that the Marwar station of Rajasthan is at the top of the list in A category stations. After this, Phulera is second in Rajasthan and Warangal of Telangana is in third position. Goyal said that the North Western Railway (NWR) is at the top of the cleanliness zone list.
Piyush said, “NWR was at number eight last year. This year it has topped the list, it shows the best work of the team in the last one year.” Southern Central Railway (SCR) has been declared as the second most clean zone. SCR was at fourth place last year. For financing check this out here paydayloansmonster.
Eastern Coastal Railway (ECR) has been ranked third in the cleanliness zone.
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