Railway Minister Piyush Goyal on saturday addressed a letter of appraisal to around 13 lacs rail employees, thanking them for performing their duties during Novel Coronavius period.

In his statement he said "While the loss of our own would never be forgotten, it was the grit, determination and resolve of Rail Parivaar which had emerged victorious in the wake of the unprecedented pandemic," During this pendamic the Railway Parivar continued to accomplished their jobs with complete devotion.

"While the world came to a standstill, railwaymen never took a day off, and worked even harder at a great personal risk to keep the wheels of the economy moving."

And due to their commitments the Railway could ensure a uninterrupted supply of essential goods and with the willpower of rail employees, railways turns this crisis in opportunity. Goyal added that with the help of 4621 Shramik Special trains near about 63 lacs people reached their home safely.

"Kisan Rail Services became the medium to connect our ‘Annadatas’ directly with bigger markets. You, through your service, made this possible and in turn, touched the hearts and lives of lakhs of people,"

"It is a matter of immense pride for me that the railways, with its exemplary work, has spearheaded the economic recovery," he said, adding 1,233 million tonnes of originating freight has been loaded, "which is the best ever for any year."

Finally he said "I thank you for your dedication and stupendous efforts. I can say with confidence that with this motivated team, we will continue breaking records, achieve bigger targets, set examples for others with our performance, and contribute to the growth of Indian Economy"

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