Covid Brings Virtual Farewell For The First Time In Indian Railways

After virtual on boarding in many organizations, Covid now brings virtual farewell in Indian railways. For the first time  Railway ministry  virtually retired around 2320  employee through a retirement function. These employees were retired on 31st  july.

This was an event where all the Zones/Divisions/Production Units were connected on a single platform along with the officers and staff. In the history of Indian Railways, it was the first time that Minister of Railways interacted with all the 2,320 officers/staff superannuated on 31 July, 2020. The event was attended by Minister of Railways Piyush Goyal, Minister of State of Railways, Suresh C Angadi, Secretary, Railway Board, Sushant Kumar Mishra and other senior officers of Railways.

Goyal complimented the superannuated staff for their dedicated services and valuable contribution to Railways and urged them to continue to perform acts that can benefit society at large and further enrich the process of nation building.

Speaking on the occasion, Goyal said: “It is a day of happiness and sadness. It is a happy occasion because the employees have served long period in different areas, capacities, responsibilities. Your contribution for Railways to make it a better Railways and the role you have played in making Railways for future ready shall be remembered. In past few years, Railways have shown improvement in their style of working.

“In COVID phase, freight trains, parcel trains, Shramik Special trains were moved. Railways have put in best efforts to serve the nation during the pandemic. Railway employees are no less than Corona warriors. I would like to compliment the staff for putting best efforts during the fight against COVID.”

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