In the third cleanliness survey, two railway stations – Jodhpur and Marwar in Rajasthan, have emerged as the cleanest railway stations. The survey was conducted by the Quality Council of India (QCI) on 407 major railway stations – 75 A1 category and 332 A category stations. The first survey was conducted by the IRCTC in 2016, the second by QCI.
Releasing the cleanliness survey report, Railway Minister, Piyush Goyal said, “Jodhpur has emerged as the cleanest station in A1 station category. Last year, Visakhapatnam was at the first spot.”