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BHARAT KUP

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Address: Chitrakot, Uttar Pradesh 210202, India

Station Code: BTKP)BHARAT KU

Station Name: BTKP)BHARAT KUP

Zone: NCR/North Central

Total Unique Trains: 10

Train Frequency Weekly: 53

Station Traffic: Medium

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11108BUNDELKHAND EXP00:1900:201M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN
21108BSB KURJ LINK EX00:1900:201M,W,SA3A,SL,GN
51806MKP JHS PASS03:2003:222M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
11107BUNDELKHAND EXP03:2603:271M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN
21107KURJ BSB LINK EX03:2603:271TU,F,SU3A,SL,GN
54160ALD JHS PASS11:0311:041M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
51802CNB MKP PASS11:1111:121M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
54159JHS ALD PASS12:5612:571M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
51801MKP CNB PASS16:5116:521M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
51805JHS MKP PASS22:4922:501M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
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RECENT NEWS

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2020/0211-02-2020
MUMBAI
SEVERAL WESTERN RAILWAY TRAINS AFFECTED DUE TO NON-INTERLOCKING WORK FOR COMMISSIONING OF PATCH DOUBLING WORK ON AJMER & JAIPUR DIVISIONS OF NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY

Press Release No. 2020/02                                                 Mumbai, 11th February, 2020

SEVERAL WESTERN RAILWAY TRAINS AFFECTED DUE TO NON-INTERLOCKING WORK FOR COMMISSIONING OF PATCH DOUBLING WORK o­n AJMER & JAIPUR DIVISIONS OF NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY

Due to non-interlocking work for the commissioning of patch doubling work between Bangurgram and Sendra stations in Ajmer Division and commissioning of patch doubling work o­n Bandikui – Digawara section of Jaipur Division of North Western Railway, several Western Railway trains will be affected. The details of cancellation/partial cancellation/diversion/regulation/rescheduling of trains are as under:

Cancellation of Trains:

1.Train No. 19413 Ahmedabad – Kolkata Express of 19th February,2020.

2.Train No. 19414 Kolkata – Ahmedabad Express of 22nd February, 2020.

3.Train No. 19573 Okha – Jaipur Express of 24th February, 2020.

4.Train No. 19574 Jaipur – Okha Express of 25th February, 2020.

5.Train No. 22985 Udaipur – Delhi Sarai Rohilla Humsafar Express of 15th and 22nd February, 2020.

6.Train No. 22986 Delhi Sarai Rohilla – Udaipur Humsafar Express of 16th and 23rd February, 2020.

Partial Cancellation of Trains:

1.Train No. 12547 Agra – Ahmedabad Superfast Express of 21st and 24th February, 2020 will be partially cancelled between Ajmer and Ahmedabad.

2.Train No. 12548 Ahmedabad – Agra Superfast Express of 23rd and 24th February, 2020 will be partially cancelled between Ahmedabad and Ajmer.

3.Train No. 19411 Sabarmati – Ajmer Intercity Express from 19th to 27th February, 2020 will be partially cancelled between Marwar and Ajmer.

4.Train No. 19412 Ajmer – Sabarmati Intercity Express from 20th to 28th February, 2020 will be partially cancelled between Ajmer and Marwar.

5.Train No. 22547 Gwalior – Ahmedabad Superfast of 22nd and 23rd February, 2020 will be partially cancelled between Ajmer and Ahmedabad.

6.Train No. 22548 Ahmedabad – Gwalior Superfast of 22nd and 25th February, 2020 will be partially cancelled between Ahmedabad and Ajmer.

7.Train No. 54805 Ahmedabad – Jaipur Passenger from 10th to 26th February, 2020 will be partially cancelled between Marwar and Jaipur.

8.Train No. 54806 Jaipur – Ahmedabad Passenger from 11th to 27th February, 2020 will be partially cancelled between Jaipur and Marwar.

Diversion of Trains:

1.Train No. 12215 Delhi Sarai Rohilla – Bandra Terminus Garib Rath Express of 11th, 17th, 20th, 22nd, 24th, 25th and 27th February, 2020 will be diverted via Rewari-Ringas-Phulera.

2.Train No. 12216 Bandra Terminus – Delhi Sarai Rohilla Garib Rath Express of 23rd February, 2020 will be diverted via Vadodara-Ratlam-Chittaurgarh-Ajmer.

3.Train No. 12216 Bandra Terminus – Delhi Sarai Rohilla Garib Rath Express of 25th and 26th February, 2020 will be diverted via Phulera-Ringas-Rewari.

4.Train No. 12989 Dadar – Ajmer Express of 24th February, 2020 will be diverted via Vadodara-Ratlam-Chittaurgarh-Ajmer.

5.Train No. 14311 Bareilly – Bhuj Ala Hazrat Express of 22nd and 25th February, 2020 will be diverted via Phulera-Merta Road-Jodhpur-Marwar.

6.Train No. 14311 Bareilly – Bhuj Ala Hazrat Express of 27th February, 2020 will be diverted via Rewari-Ringas-Phulera.

7.Train No. 14312 Bhuj – Bareilly Ala Hazrat Express of 24th February, 2020 will be diverted via Marwar-Jodhpur-Merta Road-Phulera.

8.Train No. 14321 Bareilly – Bhuj Express of 23rd and 24th February, 2020 will be diverted via Phulera-Merta Road-Jodhpur-Marwar.

9.Train No. 14322 Bhuj – Bareilly Express of 22nd and 23rd February, 2020 will be diverted via Marwar-Jodhpur-Merta Road-Phulera.

10.Train No. 14801 Jodhpur – Indore Express from 21st to 25th February, 2020 will be diverted via Jodhpur-Merta Road-Phulera-Ajmer.

11.Train No. 14802 Indore – Jodhpur Express from 22nd to 26th February, 2020 will be diverted via Ajmer-Phulera-Merta Road-Jodhpur.

12.Train No. 15270 Ahmedabad – Muzaffarpur Jan Sadharan Express of 23rd February, 2020 will be diverted via Marwar-Jodhpur-Merta Road-Phulera.

13.Train No. 19031 Ahmedabad – Haridwar Mail from 25th to 27th February, 2020 will be diverted via Phulera-Ringas-Rewari.

14.Train No. 19032 Haridwar – Ahmedabad Mail from 24th to 26th February, 2020 will be diverted via Rewari-Ringas-Phulera.

15.Train No. 19263 Porbandar – Delhi Sarai Rohilla Express of 11th, 15th, 18th and 22nd February, 2020 will be diverted via Ahmedabad-Anand-Godhra-Ratlam-Chanderiya-Ajmer-Phulera-Ringas-Rewari.

16.Train No. 19263 Porbandar – Delhi Sarai Rohilla Express of 25th February, 2020 will be diverted via Phulera-Ringas-Rewari.

17.Train No. 19264 Delhi Sarai Rohilla – Porbandar Express of 24th February, 2020 will be diverted via Rewari-Ringas-Phulera-Ajmer-Chanderiya-Ratlam-Godhra-Anand-Ahmedabad.

18.Train No. 19264 Delhi Sarai Rohilla – Porbandar Express of 20th and 27th February, 2020 will be diverted via Rewari-Ringas-Phulera.

19.Train No. 19269 Porbandar – Muzaffarpur Express of 13th and 14th February, 2020 will be diverted via Ahmedabad-Anand-Godhra-Ratlam-Chanderiya-Ajmer.

20.Train No. 19269 Porbandar – Muzaffarpur Express of 20th and 21st February, 2020 will be diverted via Ahmedabad-Anand-Godhra-Ratlam-Chanderiya-Ajmer-Phulera-Ringas-Rewari.

21.Train No. 19270 Muzaffarpur – Porbandar Express of 23rd and 24th February, 2020 will be diverted via Rewari-Ringas-Phulera-Ajmer-Chanderiya-Ratlam-Godhra-Anand-Ahmedabad.

22.Train No. 19270 Muzaffarpur – Porbandar Express of 10th and 17th February, 2020 will be diverted via Rewari-Ringas-Phulera.

23.Train No. 19337 Indore – Delhi Sarai Rohilla Express of 16th and 23rd February, 2020 will be diverted via Phulera-Ringas-Rewari.

24.Train No. 19338 Delhi Sarai Rohilla – Indore Express of 17th and 24th February, 2020 will be diverted via Rewari-Ringas-Phulera.

25.Train No. 19401 Ahmedabad – Lucknow Express of 24th February, 2020 will be diverted via Marwar-Jodhpur-Merta Road-Phulera.

26.Train No. 19402 Lucknow – Ahmedabad Express of 25th February, 2020 will be diverted via Bharatpur-Sawai Madhopur-Kota-Ratlam-Godhra-Anand.

27.Train No. 19403 Ahmedabad -Sultanpur Express of 25th February, 2020 will be diverted via Marwar-Jodhpur-Merta Road-Phulera-Ringas-Rewari.

28.Train No. 19407 Ahmedabad -Varanasi Express of 20th February, 2020 will be diverted via Ahmedabad-Anand-Godhra-Ratlam-Kota-Bharatpur-Achhnera-Kasganj-Lucknow.

29.Train No. 19408 Varanasi – Ahmedabad Express of 22nd February, 2020 will be diverted via Lucknow-Kasganj-Achhnera-Bharatpur-Kota-Ratlam-Godhra-Anand-Ahmedabad.

30.Train No. 19410 Gorakhpur – Ahmedabad Express of 22nd and 23rd February, 2020 will be diverted via Phulera-Merta Road-Jodhpur-Marwar.

31.Train No. 19415 Ahmedabad – Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra Express of 16th February, 2020 will be diverted via Phulera-Ringas-Rewari.

32.Train No. 19415 Ahmedabad – Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra Express of 23rd February, 2020 will be diverted via Marwar-Jodhpur-Merta Road-Phulera-Ringas-Rewari.

33.Train No. 19416 Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra – Ahmedabad Express of 18th and 25th February, 2020 will be diverted via Rewari-Ringas-Phulera.

34.Train No. 19565 Okha – Dehradun Uttaranchal Express of 21st February, 2020 will be diverted via Marwar-Jodhpur-Merta Road-Phulera-Ringas-Rewari.

35.Train No. 19565 Okha – Dehradun Uttaranchal Express of 14th and 28th February, 2020 will be diverted via Phulera-Ringas-Rewari.

36.Train No. 19566 Dehradun – Okha Uttaranchal Express of 23rd February, 2020 will be diverted via Rewari-Ringas-Phulera-Merta Road-Jodhpur-Marwar.

37.Train No. 19579 Rajkot -Delhi Sarai Rohilla Express of 20th and 27th February, 2020 will be diverted via Phulera-Ringas-Rewari.

38.Train No. 19601 Udaipur – New Jalpaiguri Express of 15th and 22nd February, 2020 will be diverted via Phulera-Ringas-Rewari.

39.Train No. 19602 New Jalpaiguri – Udaipur Express of 24th February, 2020 will be diverted via Rewari-Ringas-Phulera.

40.Train No. 19609 Udaipur – Haridwar Express of 27th February, 2020 will be diverted via Phulera-Ringas-Rewari.

41.Train No. 19610 Haridwar – Udaipur Express of 25th February, 2020 will be diverted via Rewari-Ringas-Phulera.

42.Train No. 19707 Bandra Terminus – Shri Ganganagar Amrapur Aravali Express from 21st to 24th February, 2020 will be diverted via Vadodara-Ratlam-Chittaurgarh-Ajmer.

43.Train No. 19708 Shri Ganganagar – Bandra Terminus Amrapur Aravali Express from 21st to 24th February, 2020 will be diverted via Ajmer-Chittaugarh-Ratlam-Vadodara.

44.Train No. 22451 Bandra Terminus – Chandigarh Superfast Express of 24th February, 2020 will be diverted via Vadodara-Ratlam-Chittaurgarh-Ajmer.

Regulation of Trains:

1.Train No. 12915 Ahmedabad -Delhi Ashram Express of 26th February, 2020 will be regulated for 30 mins at Bhan Kari.

2. Train No. 12916 Delhi – Ahmedabad Ashram Express of 25th and 26th February, 2020 will be regulated for 40 mins at Malakhera.

3.Train No. 14311 Bareilly – Bhuj Ala Hazrat Express of 19th and 23rd February, 2020 will be regulated for 30 mins at Malakhera.

4.Train No. 14311 Bareilly – Bhuj Ala Hazrat Express of 21st February, 2020 will be regulated for 30 mins at Alwar.

5.Train No. 14311 Bareilly – Bhuj Ala Hazrat Express of 26th February, 2020 will be regulated for 50 mins at Baswa.

6.Train No. 14321 Bareilly – Bhuj Express of 11th, 20th, 22nd and 25th February, 2020 will be regulated for 40 mins at Malakhera.

7.Train No. 14801 Jodhpur – Indore Express of 15th, 16th and 21st February, 2020 will be regulated for 35 mins at Haripur.

8.Train No. 19270 Muzaffarpur – Porbandar Express of 11th February, 2020 will be regulated for 30 mins at Alwar.

9.Train No. 19414 Kolkata – Ahmedabad Express of 15th February, 2020 will be regulated for 1 hr. at Bangurgram.

Rescheduling of Trains:

1.Train No. 12916 Delhi – Ahmedabad Ashram Express of 27th February, 2020 will be rescheduled at 90 mins Ex Delhi.

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03-02-2020
71st Republic Day function organized at NCR Headquarter

North Central Railway

Headquarter

Public Relations

Prayagraj

No. PR/NCR/01/2020Press Release Date: 27.01.2020

71st Republic Day function organized at NCR Headquarter

The 71stRepublic Day of The Nation was celebrated with a function organized in North Central Railway headquarter office, Subedarganjon 26th January,2020 in the august presence of Shri Rajiv Chaudhry, General Manager, North Central Railway and Smt. Lalita Chaudhry, President NCRWWO. The function started with unfurling of tricolor by General Manager, North Central Railway. After that Shri Chaudhry inspected the Parade of RPF personnel, Scout & Guides, and St John’s Ambulance Brigade. While speaking o­n the occasion Shri Chaudhry conveyed the heartiest greetings to the Railwaymen, their families, Members of NCRWWO, and the gathering for Republic Day and thanked them for their contributions.

During his address o­n the occasion he said “This is an occasion to reaffirm our commitment to liberty, fraternity and equality across our society and among all our citizens and above all, this is an occasion to celebrate India and the spirit of being Indian. This is also an occasion to recall our achievements and work upon our areas of concern to bring sustainable growth and provide better service to our customers.

This day last year we had started serving the pilgrims of the Kumbh 2019 and we had pledged to make sure that all pilgrims are given the best of facilities for their safe and timely rail travel. I am happy and proud to report that with the efforts of you all we were able to do so and earn accolades for the NCR and the Railways.

North Central Railway, since its inception in year 2003, has emerged as an important constituent of Indian Railways. Importance of our zone can be easily gauged by the fact that we carry 10 percent of total traffic of Indian Railways with just 05 percent of its assets and we serve strategically most crucial IR routes i.e. 58% of Delhi-Howrah and 24% of Delhi-Chennai routes. Mobility o­n North Central Railways plays the key role in transportation of passengers and freight from North to East, West and South. Though NCR is primarily a passing through Railway however we have taken significant steps to increase originating earning which is reflected in our performance with an increase of 1.3 percent in originating passenger earning and best ever 42.70 percent increase in sundry earnings by December 2019 over same period of last year.

Our food-grain and fertilizer loading have increased by 109 and 20 percent respectively in the current year. Regular drives against social evil of ticketless travel fetched us Rs 91.22 crores till December -19 registering an improvement of 5.90 percent over last year while additional revenue of Rs. 116 Crore has been generated through scrap sale till December, 2019.

Customer Satisfaction is the indicator of our success. In order to achieve it, our services are being upgraded continuously. For the convenience of our passengers, 5 stations have been developed as Adarsh stations during this year, 30 escalators and 18 lifts have been provided o­n different stations while 36 additional escalators and 30 lifts are planned for installation. 3 new Foot Over Bridges have been commissioned o­n Fatehpur Sikri, Bindki Road and Bamhrauli stations in the current financial year while 6 more foot over bridges shall be constructed by March. To ensure easy availability of tickets to passengers, 147 Automatic Ticket Vending Machines have been installed so far o­n various stations of NCR. In addition to conventional methods of ticket sale, UTS o­n Mobile app is implemented in all three divisions and innovative Mobile UTS(MUTS) is deployed for ease of ticketing to pilgrims at Prayagraj in Magh Mela 2020.In order to provide quality catering services Train side vending has been started in 31 trains of Jhansi-Kanpur section along with E-catering in 28 pairs of trains. Water Vending machines have been provided at 149 locations for providing affordable and clean drinking water facility to passengers o­n various Railway Stations. With commissioning of Wi-fi at 200 stations during o­n going financial year this facility is now available at 247 stations. Public address systems have been installed at 57 additional stations. New Coach guidance system along with Integrated Passenger Information System has been commissioned o­n 5 stations. Urgent medical aid during journey was provided to more than 7500 passengers in the o­ngoing financial year.

To ease passenger rush, 610 trips of special trains were run over North Central Railway. In addition to prestigious Vande Bharat Express introduced from 15th February, 2019, two additional new trains, Lucknow-New Delhi Tejas Exp. & Kota-Etawah Exp. have also been started. 2947 additional Coaches were attached in various trains to meet temporary requirement while two trains were augmented o­n permanent basis. The Rail Bus Service o­n Mathura-Vrindaban section has been restored for convenience of passengers. Our efforts led to introduction of sleeper coaches in Humsafar express for the first time in Indian Railway.

To provide clean traveling environment to our valued passengers, o­n-board housekeeping services have been provided in all 29 qualifying trains of NCR. For ensuring good quality linen in AC coaches, mechanized laundries are in operation at Allahabad and Gwalior. The process of setting a 14 Ton BOOT Laundry at Allahabad is in advanced stages. All passenger coaches of NCR have been fitted with Bio-toilets& 121 NSG stations have been provided with Divyang toilets.

Our loco pilots have done commendable job in saving of energy worth over Rs. 60 Crores through electricity regeneration in 3-phase electric locomotives. As a part of Green Initiative and efforts to reduce capacity crunch over the zone Khairar-Manikpur, Bharatpur-Bandikui&Chunar-Chopan sections have been electrified this year. To further strengthen the noble initiative 12primary LHB rakes of NCR have been converted to HOG. We have also planted around 13.50 Lakh saplings in the current financial year. With sustained efforts we retained our position as leader in solar energy generation in Indian Railway.

North Central Railway serves the busiest routes of Indian Railways and has very fast growing requirement to run more trains. To cater this, additional capacity is being created through adding new infrastructure and strengthening the existing o­nes. Two new stations “Gazika&Usargaon” have been constructed this year. We have commissioned automatic signaling in Ajaibpur-Maripat and RoomaChakeri sections of Allahabad division and Electronic Interlocking at 9 Stations. This includes Tundla which with 655 routes which is second biggest in such yard in India. With this all mechanical lever frames o­n Delhi-Howrah route have been eliminated, which is a big step in safety. Similarly Work of Govindpuri for provision of additional loops and attached yard remodeling has been completed. This will substantially mprove operations at Kanpur. Bhimsen-Govindpuri doubling and Non-Interlocking work related to Parichha-Nandkhas Doubling have also been recently completed. We have also improved average speed o­n various sections like Birla Nagar-Soni, Jhansi-Parichha, Parauna-Bhua sections of NCR. 11 permanent speed restrictions have also been relaxed or removed this year.

In connection with the DFC routes, yard remodeling at Maitha and Bhaupur has been completed. We started running goods trains o­n DFC from Bhadan and Khurja Jn and so far run 820 trains. This helped us in better operation of passenger carrying trains between Ghaziabad and Kanpur.

We are adopting latest technology and methods to upgrade safety, security and reliability in train operations. A comprehensive safety grid of automated wayside rolling stock monitoring systems is being developed over NCR. This system covers all major defects of rolling stock like Hot Axle, Brake Binding, Hanging Parts etc. Maintenance inputs to most important Railway asset i.e. P-way have been increased through 67% higher TRR, 51% CTR and 29% more deep screening work over last year. 25 Bridges have been rehabilitated during o­ngoing financial year. In order to strengthen communication, 195 KM OFC network laid over North Central Railway & Mobile Train Radio Communication in Ghaziabad-Pt. DeenDayal Upadhyay Jn. route has also been commissioned. In the current financial year NCR achieved a rare feat of punctuality improvement of over 20 percent while giving 40 percent more traffic blocks over the corresponding period of last year till December.

Safety in train operation has always remained our prime focus area. In a significant step towards improving safety of road users, 75manned level crossings have been closed this year and 4 ROBs and 23 RUBs have been constructed o­n various routes of NCR. Regular safety campaigns through Mobile Video Van, Radio, SMS, social Media etc. are being run to create large scale awareness. To overcome the problem of hindrance to train operation due to gate boom breakage, 34 sensitive level crossings have been provided with sliding booms in the current year. ‘Gate close Acknowledge button’ have also been provided at all 153 electrically interlocked gates for enhanced safety.

Information technology has emerged as the most important transparency tool over the recent years. It has not o­nly empowered the end user but also enabled efficient and transparent functioning in offices. e-Office is already implemented in Jhansi division and Headquarters, while Agra and Allahabad divisions will adopt it by June-2020. Our vigilance wing has been active in curbing corruption. They have issued system improvement guidelines related to contractual work and employee provident fund for effecting fair and transparent work culture.

Security of passengers is always accorded highest priority o­n NCR. To curb ACP, 5518offenders caught and fine of Rs. 34,41,563/- has been realized. Besides this, 7355 persons indulged in unauthorized vending and 12500 illegal entrants in Divyang or ladies coach were also arrested. Our alert and vigilant staff received around 2500 calls from passengers and their security related needs were addressed o­n real-time basis. In addition, showing humane face, our security personnel have rescued 1100 kids separated from their families.

Our sportspersons have always kept our flag high at various sports arenas. I, congratulate Ms. Poonam Yadav o­n getting prestigious Arjun Award for her outstanding contribution to women’s cricket. Hockey players Ms. Gurjit Kaur and Ms. Nisha of NCR will be representing Nation in Olympic Games to be organized in Japan in2020. Our wrestler Shri Pawan won Gold medal & athlete Ms. Kavita Yadav won silver medal in recently concluded South Asian Games at Kathmandu. Our Agra division successfully organized Inter Railway Wrestling Championship in Oct.-2019.

Staff welfare has been our priority and facilities provided to them are being upgraded continuously for improved employee satisfaction. Facilities of High Dependency Unit and Critical care Ambulance are now available at Central hospital. We are ensuring health check-up for our entire work force through regular camps organized at work places, schools and various Railway hospitals. 57414 employees have been registered o­n UMID Portal for issue of the countrywide smart medical card and 45000 such cards for improved medical facilities are already issued. This will allow railwaymen to get medical attention at any Railway hospital in the country. Realising the importance of mid career training we have covered more than 90% of our work force under training program Project Saksham-II to equip them with requisite knowledge o­n assigned job and to sharpen their skills. Our Rajbhasha wing has been doing wonderfully well towards fulfillment of our statuary responsibility. o­ne of our officer got Railway Minister Rajbhasha Medal and several employees have also won prizes at all India level Railway Rajbhasa competitions.

I complement and thank our recognized unions, federations and associations for playing a very constructive role in maintaining peaceful and cordial industrial relations over the Railway. All this would not have been possible without a fair, just and work culture and constructive thriving industrial relation environment.

I also express my gratitude to NCRWWO for their exemplary and selfless efforts in helping needy Railway families through various welfare schemes run by them. In addition to it, they are doing commendable works towards environmental awareness by planting saplings and organizing competitions etc. Drawing, painting, quiz and other competitions organized by NCRWWO for children o­n various concurrent issues will go a long way in development of the society. Our Scouts & Guides, Civil Defence and St. Johns Ambulance brigade personnel are also making valuable contributions to the society by serving the passengers during Mela and other rush periods.

General Manager also felicitated the 1 officer and 16 staff for their outstanding contribution o­n the occasion. After that cultural performances depicting vibrantcolours of culture and nationalism, enthralled the audience. Shri Chaudhry GM/NCR and Smt. Lalita Chaudhry President , NCRWWO formally inaugurated the 100 feet high tricolor at NCR headquarter o­n the occassion.

After this, while addressing the 250 trainee women constables of the Railway Protection Force at the Railway Protection Force Training Center, he said, “ always maintain tenderness in yourbehaviour so that the passenger never hesitates to approach you for any problem and passengers must not be afraid of your uniform. He said that if a passenger is scared to approach the uniformed personnel, then it is a sign of failure.Smt. Lalita Chaudhry President , NCRWWO also unfurled the national flag at a function in Tenderfeet school followed by cultural performance by students.

All the PHODs, DRM/Allahabad, members of NCRWWO and members of union were present o­n the occassion.









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