New Delhi: In a move to encourage and motivate Railway employees, special felicitation programmes were organized on 1st May, 2015 in Railway Divisions across the country to recognize the services of erst-while Group-D employees like Gangmen, Trolleymen, Gatemen, OHE Khalasis, Signal maintenance cadres, etc. These employees work hard day and night in the field under difficult conditions to ensure safety of trains and thereby smooth running of the whole system.
In Delhi, the main function was held at State Entry Club where Smt. Rashmi Mital, President of Railway Women’s welfare Central Organisation (RWWCO) was the Chief Guest and presented souvenirs to various categories of Railwaymen. In Delhi area, 200 railway employees with at least 25 years of service and also with unblemished service record were chosen for such felicitation.
This unique initiative of felicitating lower rung of Railway employees was taken by RWWCO which is the apex body of the chain of women’s welfare organizations spread over all Indian Railways engaged in the task of welfare of Railwaymen and their families through various need-based socio-welfare activities. While the primary concern of the organization is the welfare of Railway employees and their families, it also rises to the call of the society and the nation –be it environmental awareness, family welfare drives, disturbances on the borders or the natural calamities.
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