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“Swachchta Pakhwada” begins in Metro Railway

Swachchta Pakhwada” begins in Metro Railway,

Additional General Manager administers the ‘Swachchta Pledge’

and participates  in ‘Shramdaan'

                   Metro Railway, Kolkata has started observing ‘Swachchta Pakhwada’ from 16.09.2019 and will continue till 30th Sept ‘19.

                   As part of this programme, Shri S.P.S. Chauhan, Additional General Manger, Metro Railway administered  the ‘Swachchta Pledge’ to the officers and staff at Metro Rail  Bhavan o­n 16.09.2019.

                   A ‘Prabhat Pheri’ with colourful banners of awareness messages o­n cleanliness was organised from Metro Rail Bhavan to Park Street station via Mayo Road.  Religious leaders, NGOs, ‘Baul Singers’, Bharat Scouts and Guides of Metro Railway unit also took part in this  ‘Prabhat Pheri’.

                   A massive cleanliness drive was organised at Park Street station today where Shri S.P.S. Chauhan, Additional General Manager, Shri Satyaki Nath,  Principal Chief Operations Manager, other Principal Heads of the Departments,  other officers and staff of Metro Railway participated in the ‘Shramdaan’. 

                    Additional General Manager in his address requested the commuters to maintain cleanliness at Metro stations and urged all to uphold the image of Metro Railway o­n ‘Swachchta’. He also thanked the Metro commuters for their co-operation in keeping Metro stations and trains clean.

 Earlier, Shri Satyaki Nath, Principal Chief Operations Manager administered a ‘Swachchta Pledge’ to the station staff and the commuters at Park Street station.  He advised the station staff to be more careful in maintaining the high standard of cleanliness at Metro premises.  Shri Arunjyoti Vhikkhu, Buddhist Monk, representatives of NGOs also advised the commuters to keep Metro stations clean and explained the need of Swachchta in our daily life. With a view to creating awareness among the common people, Nukkad Natak, cultural programme and Baul Sangeet were also organised.

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