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W. Rly’s Surat station tops the cleanliness survey list over

Indian Railways in Non Suburban (NSG) - 1 category of stations

In the Suburban (SG) category, Andheri, Virar, Naigaon & Kandivali tops the chart over Indian Railways, while Borivali & Santacruz stations secured 9th & 10th position respectively



Photo Caption: (Top row) The first pic depicts the newly painted exterior of a local train with pictures and slogans of ‘Swachhta Hi Seva” and 150 years of celebrating “The Mahatma”.  The second pic depicts the interiors of Mumbai Central - Ahmedbad Shatabdi Express decorated with tricolour balloons and Gandhiji's posters & messages. In the third pic, Smt Archana Gupta – President of Western Railway Women Welfare Organization (WRWWO) is seen distributing cloth bags to the residents of Santacruz railway colony. (Bottom row) The first pic depicts the "Mahatma Gandhi's statue with movable charkha" installed at Sabarmati station made entirely of scrap material. In the second picture, Shri Ravinder Bhakar – Chief Public Relations Officer of W. Rly is seen administering the Swacchta Pledge to the Public Relations staff & third pic depicts the children of railway officers participated in the Student Solar Ambassador Workshop conducted at Badhwar Park Colony.


W. Rly is committed to follow Gandhiji’s teachings o­n cleanliness and in this direction 2ndOctober was observed as “Community Service” day wherein the railway officers & employees alongwith various stakeholdersincluding NGOs / CharitableOrganiztions, Railway colony staff and their families, general public conducted a massive cleanliness drive across Western Railway to mark & commemorate the 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. To add more joy to this auspicious occasion, W. Rly’s several stations has found prominent place in the All India third party audit and cleanliness survey ranking of 407 major stations. In Non Suburban (NSG)- 1 category of stations, Surat station tops the list over the Indian Railways while in Non Suburban (NSG) category Udhna & Surat stations stands at 16 & 18 ranking respectively. In the SG category of stations, the top four spots were bagged by stations of W. Rly’s Mumbai Division, namely Andheri, Virar, Naigaon & Kandivali respectively while Borivali & Santacruz secured 9th & 10th position respectively over Indian Railways.

According to a press release issued by Shri Ravinder Bhakar – Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, the activities o­n this day commenced with administration of pledge o­n Swachhta & non use of single-use plastics by Principal Head of Departments & Divisional Railway Managers & senior railway officers at various places. More than 80 Officers and railway staff actively participated in the Prabhat Pheri at Pali Hill Railway Officers' and Staff Colony alongwith Badhwar Park & other colonies. Smt Archana Gupta – President of Western Railway Women Welfare Organization (WRWWO) visited Santacruz Railway colony and distributed cloth bags to the residents of the colony. She also planted trees and keenly followed Nukkad Natak performance. A Student Solar Ambassador Workshop was conducted at Utsav Hall, Badhwar Park Colony. As a part of Gandhi Global Solar Yatra, which was planned by IIT Bombay across 50 countries, the children of Railway officers participated in the event administering Pledge for Non Violence to Environment o­n International Day of non violence, 2nd Octber, 2019. This effort was made to make children aware about the environment and importance of solar power in saving the earth from global warming but also the children could get hands o­n training in assembling the solar table lamps. They can proudly use the lamp for their studies. Explaining Importance of Solar energy and effects of climate change the children were given hands o­n training to assemble a Solar Lamp Kit. The kit Assembly programme was conducted by Shri. Anand Lokde – Assisstant Secretary of General Manager and Shri Anand Kuvalekar, SSE/Rajdhani, Mumbai Central. The event was coordinated by Shri. Rajneesh Tomar – Secretary, Western Railway and Shri Anand Kumar – Secretary, Railway Officers Club. At Mumbai Central station, Digital Museum of Gandhiji’s Murals and Quotes was inaugurated by Shri Sunil Kumar - Divisional Railway Manager – Mumbai Central. Volunteers of Sant Nirankari Mission comprising of Doctors, Lawyers, Engineers, Chartered Accountants and all walks of society came forward for cleanliness drive at Mumbai Central station & Bandra Terminus stations. EMU Workshop Mahalaxmi have been painted the exterior of a local train (Rake No. 6037-6038) with pictures and slogans of ‘Swachhta Hi Seva” and 150 years of celebrating “The Mahatma”. Similarly, Train No. 12009 Mumbai Central - Ahmedbad Shatabdi Express was cleaned impeccably and decorated with posters with Mahatma Gandhi's messages, flag and Swacchta logo o­n all coaches and decorated with tricolour balloons. At Dahanu Road station Swachhta rally was undertaken by the students of Rustomjee college, volunteers Jain social group and 50 railway staff with RPF team. 200 Car Dustbins were distributed by Gujarat Prantiy Marwadi Yuva Manch at Surat station. In Ahmedabad Division, the Divisional staff took the Swachhta Pledge o­n the Sabarmati river front and organized a cleanliness rally till Vivekananda Bridge. At Ahmedabad station 250 volunteers of Saint Nirankari organization gathered for shramdan and took the Swachhta pledge. "Mahatma Gandhi's statue with movable charkha" made entirely of scrap material by the Sabarmati Diesel Loco Care Centre, has been installed at Platform No. 1 of Sabarmati station, to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

A noteworthy mention is the special cleanliness drive “Swachchta Hi Sewa” Swachhta Pakhwada was observed from 16thSeptember, 2019 to 30th September, 2019 over Indian Railways with a view to ensure visible and tangible improvement in cleanliness at all its premises i.e. stations, trains, offices, colonies, workshops, maintenance depots, hospitals etc. with special emphasis to eradicate the use of plastics in railway premises was celebrated with great enthusiasm & fervour. Accordingly, Indian Railways has also put a ban o­n single use plastics from 2ndOctober, 2019.

Photo Caption: The view of Gandhiji’s Murals and Quotes at Mumbai Central


























2019/09 30-09-2019

Rs 8.62 lakh collected as fine in 4024 cases under Anti Littering drive

over Mumbai Division of WR


Photo caption: (Top row) In the first pic, Shri Sunil Kumar - Divisional Railway Manager of Mumbai Division, W. Rly is seen participating in the Shramdaanorganised at Badhwar Park colony. In the second pic, volunteers of SantNirankari charitable foundation carried out massive shramdaan at Dahanu Road railway station and the last pic depicts a housekeeping staff cleaning the toilet at Nalasopara station.(Bottom row) The first pic depicts the Coast Guard team from INS Samundra Power conducted Shramdaan at Porbander station, while the second picture is of the cleaning of toilet blocks at Wankaner station and the last picture depicts the recently renovated Pay & Use toilet block at Mumbai Central station.

On the 13th day of ‘Swachhta Hi Sewa’ Pakhwada, the theme of “SwachhPrasadhan” was observed o­n 28th September, 2019 over the entire Western Railway in which intensive inspection of all toilet blocks at railway stations, coaching depots, trains, hospitals, work place and surrounding areas were ensured. Special attention was also paid to water availability, leaking pipes, drainage systems in toilet blocks and broken items were replaced.

According to a press release issued by Shri RavinderBhakar – Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, SwachhPrasadhan drive was intensively conducted over W. Rly wherein it was emphasized o­n providing neat clean urinals and toilets facilities to the passengers. Massive shramdaan was done by Reliance Jioand railway officers & employees at various stations o­n this day across Western Railway as well as other Zonal Railways. During the drive o­n the occasion of SwachhPrasadhan, over Mumbai Division, an intensive anti – defacation drive was conducted at Mumbai Central, Dadar, Bandra Terminus, Mahim, Bandra, Khar Road, Borivali, Surat &Nandurbar stations. Shri Sunil Kumar - Divisional Railway Manager of Mumbai Division, W. Rly, Chief Medical Superintendent of Mumbai Division along with other Senior Officers actively participated in the Shramdaanorganised at Badhwar Park colony. Extensive cleaning of the colony was done and plastics waste was collected. Similarly, more than 250 volunteers of SantNirankari charitable foundation, Dahanumandal and 70 railway staff, housekeeping staff in association with DahanuNagarpalika carried out massive shramdaan at Dahanu railway station. Shramdaan was also organized in EMU Workshop, Mahalaxmi between shunting line no. 4 & 11 (North end), wherein, Officers, Supervisors and Staff participated in the drive in collection of ferrous & unwanted seedlings/ saplings. During the drive, staff was counseled for cleanliness of toilets & also drainages were inspected by the officers. Adedicated Whatsapp number 9004499733 has been displayed prominently outside all the toilet blocks, wherein, the passengers can click pictures of un-clean toilets. The complaints registered o­n this number are manned by Complaints Cell round the clock and the same are immediately attended by the concerned & the status report is reverted back to passenger. Mumbai Division has undertaken the renovation of existing toilet blocks under ROMT (Renovation, Operation Maintenance and Transfer) scheme by inviting tenders from private contractors for a period of 10 years. Under this scheme toilet blocks at Churchgate& Mumbai Central have been allotted o­n Operation and Maintenance which have been renovated and commissioned for public use. A special anti – littering, anti – spitting & anti – defacation drive has been started from 3rd September, 2019 over Mumbai Central division in which more than Rs. 8. 62 lakhs has been collected as fine from 4024 such cases upto 27th September, 2019.

The theme of “SwachhPrasadhan” was observed with great enthusiasm and participation in the other divisions over Western Railway too with several such events & cleanliness drives. In Bhavnagar Division, the Coast Guard team from INS Samundra Power conducted Shramdaan at Porbander station. The Station Superintendents have been issued with necessary instructions that they should inspect their station toilet blocks minimum twice daily and the concerned Commercial Inspectors to inspect at least o­nce in a day. The deficiencies in toilets are daily repeated to Commercial control for close monitoring with special emphasis given to cleanliness and upkeep of toilets.




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