Railway panel inspects Kalka, Chandimandir stations

Announces reward of Rs 10K, Rs 5K, respectively

Railway panel inspects Kalka, Chandimandir stations

Members of the Passenger Services Committee, headed by Ramesh Chandra Rattan, chairman, visited the Kalka and Chandimandir railway stations today and inspected the passenger services.

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, November 25

Members of the Passenger Services Committee, headed by Ramesh Chandra Rattan, chairman, visited the Kalka and Chandimandir railway stations today and inspected the passenger services.

The committee announced a reward of Rs10,000 for cleanliness and housekeeping services at the Kalka station and a reward of Rs5,000 for cleanliness at the Chandimandir station.

The committee has been nominated by the Railway Board.

The committee inspected passenger amenities at the Kalka and Chandimandir stations, including catering stalls, retiring rooms, dormitory and passenger waiting halls. The overall cleanliness at both stations was appreciated by the members.

The committee also interacted with passengers regarding cleanliness, housekeeping and other services being provided at the stations.

Karan Singh, Additional Divisional Railway Manager (Infra), Ambala Division, accompanied the committee members.

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