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NFR GM inspects Tinsukia Division

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GUWAHATI, Dec 30 - Northeast Frontier Railway General Manager HK Jaggi along with a team of senior officers of the Maligaon headquarters, carried out his annual inspection of the Tinsukia Division of NFR on December 29.

The General Manager�s inspection is an annual exercise where detailed technical examination of railway assets of different departments is carried out. The inspection was held in stations, staff colonies and track assets like bridges and level crossings to ensure that these are maintained in best operational condition, an official statement mentioned.

The inspection started at 8:15 am from Mariani station and completed at 7:20 pm at New Tinsukia station.

Besides meeting with representatives of various public bodies and members of media, the General Manager inaugurated a number of amenities during his inspection, including a ladies waiting hall and a 10-KW solar power plant at Mariani station, a renovated waiting hall at Amguri station, an upgraded passenger lounge at Simaluguri station and a 2.5-KW solar power panel at Borhat station.

Jaggi cited various steps the Tinsukia Division could take for further improvement of services. At Tinsukia, the General Manager also met with representative of the Divisional Rail Users Consultative Committee and recognised unions and listened to various demands and suggestions put forward by them.

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NFR GM inspects Tinsukia Division

GUWAHATI, Dec 30 - Northeast Frontier Railway General Manager HK Jaggi along with a team of senior officers of the Maligaon headquarters, carried out his annual inspection of the Tinsukia Division of NFR on December 29.

The General Manager�s inspection is an annual exercise where detailed technical examination of railway assets of different departments is carried out. The inspection was held in stations, staff colonies and track assets like bridges and level crossings to ensure that these are maintained in best operational condition, an official statement mentioned.

The inspection started at 8:15 am from Mariani station and completed at 7:20 pm at New Tinsukia station.

Besides meeting with representatives of various public bodies and members of media, the General Manager inaugurated a number of amenities during his inspection, including a ladies waiting hall and a 10-KW solar power plant at Mariani station, a renovated waiting hall at Amguri station, an upgraded passenger lounge at Simaluguri station and a 2.5-KW solar power panel at Borhat station.

Jaggi cited various steps the Tinsukia Division could take for further improvement of services. At Tinsukia, the General Manager also met with representative of the Divisional Rail Users Consultative Committee and recognised unions and listened to various demands and suggestions put forward by them.