Monsoon-ready: Underbridges in Ferozepur Rly Division cleaned

Monsoon-ready: Underbridges in Ferozepur Rly Division cleaned



Tribune Information Service

Amritsar, June 1

With the IMD predicting the arrival of monsoon in North India by June-end or within the first week of July, the Ferozepur Railway Division has cleaned underbridges in its jurisdiction, together with these in Amritsar, Beas and Dhilwan.

Railway officers on Wednesday acknowledged {that a} detailed technique was ready by the division for the secure and clean operating of prepare providers in the course of the coming wet season. Cleansing work has been accomplished below the bridges earlier than monsoon in order that the water circulate is just not obstructed. Waterways of 250 bridges have been cleaned this 12 months.

Computerized water-level indicator units have additionally been put in on eight essential bridges in order that the railway administration can get info on the water stage on cellular. Applicable preparations have been made in order that there isn’t a waterlogging round railway bridges or railway tracks.

In addition to, the work of cleansing the drains for water drainage within the yards of main railway stations like Amritsar, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Ferozepur Cantt, Pathankot, Jammu Tawi, Katra, and many others, is in progress. Motor pumps have been organized in some rail below bridges (RUBs) to take away the collected water after a torrential rain.

As well as, throughout all the monsoon season, particular preparations have been made for ‘monsoon patrolling’ together with regular patrolling to be run for the security of railway tracks, which can patrol the railway bridges and tracks even at night time.

Located on the Beas, Bridge quantity 63 close to the Dhilwan railway station on the Amritsar-Jalandhar part, which is located on the Beas and de-siltation of waterways of those bridges have been carried out.

Bridge quantity 63 close to the Dhilwan railway station on the Amritsar-Jalandhar railway part is located on the Beas and the de-siltation of waterways of the bridge have been finished.


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