Farhan Akhtar upset with unhygienic state of railways

By Hindustan Times

Actor-filmmaker Farhan Akhtar is dismayed at the state of sanitation in the Indian Railways and feels the condition demands immediate attention.

“Looking at the unhygienic state of our railway lines, it needs more attention from the sanitation ministry (ministry of drinking water and
sanitation) than the Railways. It’s a prime environment for mosquitoes to breed and it stretches across the length and breadth of the country,” Farhan wrote on twitter recently.

His comment comes at a time when thousands of people in the country are afflicted with dengue. Veteran filmmaker Yash Chopra also recently died of dengue. “The fact that, even in 2012, waste from train toilets falls directly onto the tracks is shameful! No reason this should continue,” he added.


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