In Pictures: Few Volunteers Gave A Stunning Makeover To The Borivali Railway Station

Kumar Vishal

January 25th, 2016

News Source: I am in DNA | Image Source: Local Press Co

 

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‘Maintenance of railway platforms is of primary importance not only for city dwellers but for those who come from outside,’ says Mona Shaw, an architect and a Make A Difference (MAD) volunteer as per a reprort published on DNA.

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Ticket windows, pillars, stairs and overhead bridges of Borivali Railway Station were painted with beautiful colours and representations.

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The work of MAD at Borivali Station will be inaugurated by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu.

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The Logical Indian community thanks and appreciates the concerned volunteers who stepped forward and did something remarkable. We hope the daily commuters would also sincerely play their roles in keeping the station and the city clean.

 

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