New Delhi : –
- 11.80 lakh sq. feet of space freed up & revenue of Rs. 224.95 Crores (approx.) generated
- More than 2.88 lakhs Public Grievances resolved during the campaign
- More than 1.70 lakhs files reviewed for the purpose of recording and weeding
Inspired by the vision of Hon’ble Prime Minister, the Government of India launched Special Campaign 3.0 focusing on cleanliness all around, reducing pendency of public matters and improving work-culture at the work places.
As part of the aforesaid initiative the Special Campaign 3.0 was taken up on Indian Railways from 02.10.2023 to 31.10.2023 with increased enthusiasm and wider ambit of targets to further promote cleanliness and good governance.
The campaign has been a huge success in Indian Railways. Nodal officers at various levels were nominated over countrywide spread of Indian Railways to carry out the campaign successfully. All employees from top to bottom were proactively involved in achieving cleanliness at work places and disposal of pending matters. It is due to the untiring efforts of all Nodal officers and employees that Railways could achieve almost 100% targets in many parameters.
During the campaign, 23,672 cleanliness campaigns have been conducted over entire Indian Railways including Zonal offices, Divisional offices, PSUs, PUs, Training Institutes, Railway Workshops and Stations. Special focus has been given to scrap disposal in offices and workplaces which resulted in freeing up of 11.80 lakh sq. feet of space and has generated revenue of Rs. 224.95 Crores (approx.).
Besides this, more than 2.8 lakh Public Grievances have been resolved during the campaign. More than 1.70 lakh files have been reviewed for the purpose of recording and weeding of which more than 1.00 lakh have been finally recorded
The Railways is actively using Social Media (Twitter, Facebook etc.) and other platforms to highlight it’s efforts and motivate the employees and public in general towards ideals of Swachhata Campaign. More than 6900 Social Media posts were posted from various handles of Railways and 114 press releases were published by Railways during the campaign period.
Some glimpses of the campaign:
Creative artwork by using scrap materials at Kota on West Central Railway.