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128-01-2022
Bhubaneswar
EAST COAST RAILWAY OBSERVED 73rd REPUBLIC DAY:


East Coast Railway observed the 73rd Republic Day at Railway Stadium, Bhubaneswar where Shri Sudhir Kumar, Additional General Manager unfurled the National Flag and exchanged salute in the parade organised by Railway Protection Force (RPF) with Covid protocols.
 

Speaking o­n the occasion, Shri Sudhir Kumar said that, the Covid pandemic has impacted the life of each individual and each organisation in unforeseen ways. While in general, people world over see Covid as a hindrance to progress and pleasure, Railways have taken Covid pandemic as a challenge to serve for the Nation and its progress.


During the pandemic, Railways asserted its will and capacity to continue evolving to a more healthy, enjoyable, productive and comfortable living.  Railways also re-adjusted and re-focused its ways of working, living, behaving and engaging to beat the biological challenges in our evolutionary progress, added Shri Kumar. Railways ran freight trains intensively to move medicines, food grains, foodstuff, essential commodities and supported industrial activities across India in addition to our core business of moving bulk commodities like ores, coal, steel etc.


With the exemplary dedication of Railwaymen, team ECoR continues to be the Highest Freight Loading zone amongst all zones o­n IR. In the current Financial Year, ECoR is the first zone in Indian Railways to cross the fastest 150 million tonnes freight loading in 244 days by loading 170.78 Million Tonnes between April-21 to December-21 which is an increase of 18.37% over the last year corresponding period. We expect, our team is fully geared up to achieve the target of 229.90 MT by the closing of the fiscal year, said Shri Sudhir Kumar.
 
 
All Principal Heads of the Departments 0f ECoR, senior officials & staff were present o­n the occasion. Shri Ashoka Kumar Mishra, Dy. General Manager, co-ordinated the programme.





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