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According to the new study completed by Quality Council of India, the railway station of Visakhapatnam is the cleanest which is trailed by Secunderabad, among the 75 busiest stations of India. The criteria of judgment of the railway stations for cleanliness was on the premise of the spotless track, toilets at stages and dustbins at stations. It was specified in a report issued by Suresh Prabhu, Indian Railway Minister on Wednesday, May 17.

The Jammu railway station positioned third, then again, Bangalore City positioned at tenth place, Hyderabad positioned at sixteenth position, and Mumbai Central positioned 27th position, the New Delhi rail line station is positioned at 39 position, and Chennai Central at 49th rank among the busiest stations in the nation.

On the other side, railway station of Darbhanga in Bihar is the dirtiest among the busiest stations. This is the third overview on cleanliness to keep the track on railway building which was assumed as liability as a piece of ” Swach Bharat Abhiyaan.’ it is clear that many stations have enhanced their positioning in cleanliness from the past time.

As matter of reality, the Anand Vihar railway station was positioned fifth, be that as it may, Nizamuddin is at the 23rd rank and Old Delhi stations was at 24th rank. The Lok Sabha voting public of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a railway station in Varanasi was at fourteenth place. The present review was done to judge 407 stations crosswise over India. Out of 407 railway stations, 75 stations are fall in the class of A-1 and 332 stations fall in the A classification.

In the classification A, the Beas railway station was the cleanest after that Khammam, Ahmednagar station was at the third position. In the A-1 classification, Darbhanga station positioned 75 and in the class A, Jogbani railway station was dirtiest. The stations of A-1 classification are those stations which contribute Rs 50 crore or more every year in traveler income. On the opposite side of the corner, the stations of A class are those stations which contribute Rs 6 to 50 crore every year in traveler income.

It is related to note that C class stations are all rural, F classification for all ends, Now, railway service will convey the review of 200 trains for the cleanliness crusade under the ‘Swach Bharat Mission.’ In contrast with a year ago overview, Varanasi, Mughalsarsi, and Guwahati have indicated change to a substantial degree. Despite the fact that in the Southeast Central Railways which has its home office at Secunderabad is the cleanest zone, on the opposite side, in the North Frontier Railways, Guwahati is the dirtiest zone.

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