Minister Of Railways conducts inspection of Mumbai Central Station

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Ashwini Vaishnaw – Union Minister for Railways, Communications and Electronics and Information Technology visited Mumbai Central station on fifth June, 2022. Vaishnaw likewise visited the Unified Command and Control Center (UCCC) at Divisional Railway Manager’s office, Mumbai Central and surveyed its working.

He was joined by Anil Kumar Lahoti, General Manager, Central Railway; Prakash Butani, General Manager (In-control), Western Railway, Divisional Railway Manager of Mumbai Central Division and other senior rail route authorities of WR.

As per an official statement gave by Sumit Thakur – Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, Minister for Railways Ashwini Vaishnaw examined the Train Management System (TMS) as well as the Unified Command and Control Center (UCCC) completely and valued the trend setting innovation. He praised the working of the UCCC which empowers simple information assortment, information checking and helps in taking constant choices, further developing wellbeing and asset improvement. From that point, Vaishnaw interfaced with the youthful rail route authorities and inspired them to take up difficulties and work forward with a dream towards the more promising time to come of Railways. MR shared his vision of ‘Strengthening of Divisions’ with the railroad officials and requested that they share their perspectives about Gati Shakti. He likewise urged them to lead Indian Railways to new zeniths and change IR into a top notch rail route.

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Afterward, MR led review of Mumbai Central station. He visited the Waiting Room and connected with travelers and took criticism in regards to neatness, reliability, train administrations, and so on. MR was satisfied to get the positive input from them. MR visited one of the merchant slows down and enquired about advanced installment office. Vaishnaw likewise collaborated with Sahayaks (coolies) at Mumbai Central station. Then, at that point, he assessed the POD idea Retiring Rooms situated at Mumbai Central. Further, Vaishnaw visited Ticket Checking staff’s office, wherein, DRM advised him that Mumbai Central Division has accomplished Rs. 12.24 crore as fine in the long stretch of May, which is the most elevated at any point ticket checking and is likewise the most noteworthy in IR. From there on, MR continued to the Inspection Car for leading window following assessment upto Surat.

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