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Railways need to work hard to meet expectations says Railway Board chairman

Railway Board chairman Vivek Sahai on Wednesday stressed the need to meet the aspirations of the commuters while addressing senior railway officials on the last day of the three-day Indian Railway Timetable Conference organised by the Central Railway (CR) at the Alpabachat Bhavan.

“There is a need to meet the aspirations of the commuters. We have to give special attention to cleanliness of trains and stations and punctuality in running trains to meet their expectations,” he said.

The three-day conference is an annual event, which deliberates on issues like framing the timetable of different trains, coordination among different divisions for smooth running of trains, stoppage of trains, increase in frequency and change in timings, halts and extension.

Chief passenger transportation managers from all the Indian Railways participated in the conference.

Others present at the meet were, executive director (coaching) of Railway Board, Mukesh Nigam; general manager of CR, Kul Bhushan; chief operations manager of CR, Satya Prakash; chief commercial manager of CR, ZA Siddique and divisional railway manager of Pune division, Prabhat Sahai.

Source - DNA

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