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sta­tions sur­veyed New Delhi: Rail­way sta­tions in Delhi aren’t the clean­est in In­dia, with Anand Vi­har the best in the city but only ranked 26th across the coun­try. Ac­cord­ing to the clean­li­ness rank­ings re­leased by Union rail­way min­is­ter Piyush Goyal on Wed­nes­day, the top three non-sub­ur­ban sta­tions in this re­gard are all in Ra­jasthan — Jaipur, Jodh­pur and Dur­ga­pura. Among the 109 sub­ur­ban sta­tions as­sessed, And­heri, Vi­rar and Naigaon oc­cu­pied the top spots.

While Anand Vi­har was at num­ber 26 in the list of 611non­sub­ur­ban sta­tions, New Delhi rail­way sta­tion was ranked 165, fol­lowed by Hazrat Niza­mud­din at 241. Other city sta­tions were fur­ther down the

TIMES NEWS NET­WORK Lit­ter in en­trance, park­ing and counter ar­eas, toi­lets and at plat­forms Sta­tion man­ager’s in­ter­view over meth­ods adopted to clean the sta­tion

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