Hyderabad: Vinod Kumar Yadav, General Manager, South Central Railway (SCR) on Monday instructed officials to eliminate all Un-Manned Level Crossings (UMLCs) gates in the zone by next year.
Yadav conducted a review meeting on safety & punctuality at Rail Nilayam along with principal heads of departments.
According to an official release, he said that the Minister of Railways has complimented the zone regarding elimination of level crossings.
- He instructed the officials to make an action plan to provide all stations & offices with LED lighting by the end of this financial year.
- He instructed the officials to intensify field level checks, track maintenance works and address the problems on top priority.
- Yadav reviewed the Monsoon readiness drill including patrolling, monitoring of water levels of tanks etc., and instructed them to concentrate on vulnerable locations.
- Speaking on the Punctuality, Yadav stated that the punctuality also should be accorded priority.
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