Indian Railways: Passengers of this station in Rajasthan should pay attention, toilet water being given for drinking
Getting safe and clean food and water is a big problem during the journey in railways. Many times, there has been a lack of quality in the facilities provided to the passengers by the Indian Railway, but the condition is still worse. Now, a major case of posing a threat to the health of the passengers has come from the Kota Railway Division. At Kota's Garot railway station (Railway Latest Updates), water is being given to the passengers to drink from the toilet tap instead of clean water.
The biggest responsibility of the railways is to protect the health of passengers traveling and their lives and goods, but cases of such negligence keep coming up every day. This matter has come to the fore when General Manager of West Central Railway Shailesh Kumar is on a two-day visit to the Kota Railway Board. There has been a sensation among the authorities since the news of giving water from the toilet. For the time being, an inquiry has been ordered on behalf of the railway management regarding this whole matter.
The administration's problems with this increased further when the video of the incident went viral on social media. Not only this, travelers have also shown strictness about this. Many people have tweeted a video to the Railway Minister demanding strict action against the responsible employees. Earlier, the railway officials did not say anything on this, but when the matter reached the social media, an inquiry was ordered immediately.
In the viral video, it is shown that the drinking water tank for the passengers placed on the platform is being filled with a long pipe from the bathroom tap of the passenger waiting room at the station. When the railway officials were talked about this whole issue, they said that the railway always takes care of the health of the passengers. The tank where the passengers live in is different. He said that it will be investigated as to who put the pipe from the toilet to the tank and why.