news Saturday, March 28, 2015 - 05:30
The News Minute | March 28, 2015 | 09:09 am IST Bengaluru: Setting an example by action, Divisional Railway Manager n Friday picked up the broom to clean the surroundings in and around the Yeshvantpur station here. "The government's 'Swacch Bharat' mission is a good move to create awareness among the public regarding cleanliness," Agarwal said on the occasion after participating in the cleanliness drive initiated by the South Western Railway (SWR) along with scores of employees, including its sanitation staff. Yeshvantpur is the second largest station in the city, from where about 50 passenger trains depart, arrive or pass through daily. "Rail users should desist from spitting and littering in trains and station premises to ensure cleanliness and hygiene," Agarwal said. The division has decided to conduct cleanliness campaign at other stations every month to create awareness among public to keep trains and railway premises clean. Licensed porters and divisional staff also participated in the drive. With IANS
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