NFR GM conducts inspection of Tinsukia division

GUWAHATI, Dec 30: NF Railway General Manger HK Jaggi along with his team of senior officers of Maligaon headquarters carried out his Annual inspection of Tinsukia Division on December 29, stated a press release.

The General Mager’s inspection is an annual exercise where detail technical examition of railway assets of different departments is carried out including stations, staff colonies and track assets like bridges, level crossings etc. with the purpose of ensuring that these are maintained in best operatiol condition. The inspection started at 8:15 a.m. from Mariani station and completed at 19.20 p.m. at New Tinsukia station. Besides meeting with representatives of various public bodies, members of media, the General Mager iugurated a number of amenities during his inspection, which included Ladies Waiting Hall and 10 KW Solar power plant at Mariani station, renovated Waiting Hall at Amguri station, upgraded passenger lounge at Simaluguri station and 2.5 KW solar power panel at Borhat station.

It is noteworthy that during speed trial conducted as part of the inspection, the Inspection special train was able to attain a maximum speed of 113 KMPH, which indicates the excellent condition of track in the Division. While pointing out to various steps the Division could take for further improvement of services, the General Mager also congratulated the Division for achieving some rare feats during the year.

At Tinsukia, the GM also met representative of the Divisiol Rail Users Consultative Committee and recognised Unions and gave patient hearing to various demands and suggestions put forward by them.

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