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India Has Three All Women Railway Stations Including Mumbai’s Matunga

The three major railway stations in India are totally running by women crew. From the station master to the platform ticket checking employees to the signaling staff including RPF and reservation staff with supervisor all are well trained women crew.

For Empowerment Of Women:

India has three all women railway station for empowerment of women in the country, the Indian railway has gone by handing over railway stations to women. To function in diverse field, the Indian railway is showing the potential of Indian women.

The Indian railway has handed over the three major railway station to an all women crew in the country that are namely Gandhi Nagar railway station in Jaipur Rajasthan, Matunga railway station in Mumbai Maharashtra and Phirangipuram railway station in Guntu-Narsaraopet line in Andhra Pradesh.

Matunga Railway Station:

Matunga railway station is comes into the sub-urban category. Security and responsibility of women employees and passengers have been high on the DRM’s priority list.

The amenities and facilities regarding women safety have been provided inside the railway station for the better ambience and safety.

These three railway stations are totally worked by women crew. From the station master to the platform ticket checking employees to the signaling staff including RPF and reservation staff with supervisor and others.

Gandhi Nagar Jaipur:

Nearly 7000 commuters using this station in a single day. Everyday 50 trains passes through this station and 25 trains taking halt here. the entire railway is under the control of women staff from ticket window to the station master and station ticket checker.

Phirangipuram, A.P.:

The all women station Phirangipuram is set to create history after Mumbai’s Matunga and Jaipur’s Gandhi Nagar’s railway station. This station is known as the third of its kind railway station in the country.

Well Trained Staff And Crew:

Employees are well trained and the whole station is taken under the CCTV patrolling. Apart from this the sanitary napkin machine has been installed before handing it to the staff and users need to pay rupees 5 coin to the machine to take a sanitary napkin.

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