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Address: Bhuj, Gujarat, India

Station Code: BHUJ

Station Name: BHUJ

Zone: WR/Western

Train Frequency Weekly: 57

Station Traffic: Medium

Address: Station Road, Civil Lines, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh 243001, India

Station Code: BE

Station Name: BAREILLY

Zone: NR/Northern

Train Frequency Weekly: 559

Station Traffic: High

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WR Press Release No.2020/ 09 04-09-2020


WR's RPF constable Shri Shiv Charan Singh Gurjar will be awarded "Uttam Jeevan Raksha Padak" by the Hon'ble President for his exemplary act of courage & bravery


Photo Caption:WR's RPF constable Shri Shivcharan Singh Gurjar who will be felicitated by Hon'ble President of India, for his act of courage & bravery.


Western Railway’s RPF constable Shri Shivcharan Singh Gurjar posted at Mahesana RPF Post over Ahmedabad division will be awarded with the prestigious President's "Uttam Jeevan Raksha Padak" for his exemplary act of courage & bravery. Shri Alok Kansal – General Manager of Western Rly has congratulated Shri Gurjar for this commendable achievement. The medal will be presented to him by the Hon’ble President of India at a function to be held at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi.

 According to a press release issued by Shri Sumit Thakur - Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, Shri Shivcharan Singh Gurjar was performing train escorting duty of Train No. 12959 Dadar Bhuj Express o­n the 10th of August, 2019. The train had stopped near Samakhiali railway station due to water logging o­n the tracks o­n account of heavy rains. Shri Gurjar noticed some people trapped in the heavy floods & shouting for help. Without caring for his own life, he rushed to their rescue and saved the lives of 9 persons, which included a woman. Inspite of the darkness, Shri Gurjar managed to swim across in almost 20 feet of strong flow of water and took the stranded people to a safe place, with help of available rope. Shri Thakur stated that Shri Shivcharan Singh Gurjar has been felicitated at National level by the Director General of Railway Protection Force, Railway Board with ‘Certificate of Merit & Medal’ for his presence of mind, bravery & indomitable courage. He has also been felicitated by the District Administration of Gujarat State as well as by Western Railway for his courageous act.


NFR to generate about 3000 KWp of additional Solar Power by this year Solar Energy to make Indian Railways a complete ‘Green mode of transportation’

Although Railway is o­ne of the least polluting means of transportation, the Indian Railway is fully
aware of its responsibilities for a positive contribution to preserving the environment for our future generation.
In that direction, the Indian Railway has taken a conscious decision to reduce its carbon footprint by reducing
energy consumption which is produced by using fossil fuel.
A new dawn ushers o­n Indian Railways as it endeavours to be self-reliant for its energy needs as
directed by the Prime Minister and solarise railway stations by utilizing its vacant lands for Renewable Energy
(RE) projects. The Railway is committed to utilize solar energy for meeting its traction power requirements
and become a complete ‘Green mode of transportation’.
The Ministry of Railways has decided to install solar power plants o­n its vacant unused lands o­n
mega-scale. The use of solar power will accelerate the mission to achieve the conversion of Indian Railways
to ‘Net Zero’ Carbon Emission Railway.
It can also be mentioned here that, in a remarkable achievement, Guwahati station became the first
railway station in Northeast to be fully powered with grid-connected Solar Power with commissioning of a 700
KWp solar plant in the year 2017. Already, roof-mounted solar panels in various offices, station buildings;
level crossing gates in the NFR area are generating about 2718 KWp of Solar Power which enabled savings
of more than Rs. 2.22 crore from annual conventional energy bills. By the end of the current financial year,
NFR will be generating an additional 3000 Kwp of solar power. Many other projects are o­n hand in NFR to
augment the solar power generation capacity. Which o­nce completed will generate clean & green electricity
with savings of about Rs. 4.73 crore from annual conventional energy bills.
Indian Railways present demand would be fulfilled by the solar projects being deployed, making it the
first transport organisation to be energy self-sufficient. This would help in making Indian Railways green as
well as ‘Atma Nirbhar’.
Indian Railways has acted as a pioneer in green energy procurement. It has started energy
procurement from various solar projects like 3 MWp solar plant set up at MCF Raebareilly (UP). About 100
MWp rooftop solar systems have already been commissioned o­n various stations and buildings of Indian
Besides, o­ne project of 1.7 MWp at Bina (Madhya Pradesh) which will be connected directly to
Overhead Traction System has already been installed and is presently under extensive testing. It is likely to
be commissioned within 15 days. This is the first of its kind project in the world commissioned by Indian
Railways in collaboration with Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL).
Railway Energy Management Company Ltd. (REMCL) is working relentlessly to further spread the use
of solar energy o­n mega scale. It has already floated the tenders for 2 GW of solar projects for Indian
Railways to be installed o­n unutilised railway lands. Indian Railways is also adopting an innovative concept of
installation of solar projects along operational railway lines. This will help in preventing encroachment,
enhancing the speed and safety of trains and reduction of infrastructure costs due to direct injection
of solar power into the traction network. Another tender for installation of 1 GW solar plants along Railway
tracks is also planned to be released soon by REMCL.
With these mega initiatives, Indian Railways is leading India’s fight against climate challenge and is
taking significant steps towards meeting its ambitious goal of being a net-zero carbon emissions organisation
and meeting India’s Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) targets.

(Subhanan Chanda)
CPRO/N.F. Railway


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