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Top railway official inspects city station following complaints

Ludhiana: Following the upward thrust in lawsuits associated with passenger grievances, Northern Railway common supervisor TP Singh performed intensive checking on the city railway station on Sunday afternoon, giving strict instructions to native railway government to work for the betterment of the station, and support the level of cleanliness in all toilets within the premises.

Singh inspected the working of raise, escalators, strength of waiting rooms, women toilets, meals stalls, and parking spaces, giving orders to Railway Protection Force (RPF) officials to factor challans to offenders violating railway norms, and crossing the tracks. He also checked the working of different price tag issuing counters, and asked clerical division officials to make all price tag vending machines useful, so that passengers don't have to look forward to lengthy hours in queues to shop for their tickets.

The common supervisor gave the impression unhappy with the engineering segment, asking them to position in additional effort to boost the basic usual of the town station. He also gave instructions to the engineering segment officials to make arrangements to install lifts on most platforms and widen the width of stairs so that passengers can easily move from one platform to every other. Singh also asked the railway government to extend the width of platforms to accommodate the maximum selection of passengers waiting for their trains.

He said: “The railways have just right plans for the Amritsar-New Delhi path, and can quickly introduce some top velocity trains on this path to triumph over the woes of passengers travelling on long-distance trains passing through Ludhiana. We have also given instructions to engineering division officials to organize a plan regarding set up of a fence alongside the railway tracks passing during the city. Besides, railways will complete development of the Jagraon Bridge as briefly as conceivable for the betterment for city residents.”

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