Yesterday, the Rail Ministry had announced India's list of cleanest stations after a survey, and now it has also listed the five stations which ranked the worst.
“The idea is to make the entire rail network clean. This is just the beginning of a process which will actually and eventually bring all stations on a par to a particular standard,” said Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu.
He added that the move is in line with the budget announcement of taking steps to improve the cleanliness at the 8,000 stations in India and take forward the ‘Swachh Rail Swachh Bharat’ mission.
The survey was conducted through interviews with passengers who were asked to rate the cleanliness of stations on 40 different parameters.
Here are the country's dirtiest railway stations.
(Feature image source: Reuters)