Survey: Dadar is Mumbai's dirtiest railway station

18 May 2017 | By Mansi Motwani

The Quality Council of India considered toilets on railway stations and management of tracks, dustbins and conducted a nationwide cleanliness survey of 407 railway stations.

No station from Mumbai featured in the top 10 cleanest stations.

Dadar station was discovered to be Mumbai's dirtiest major railway station; it ranked 330th out of 407 stations.

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