New Delhi: In the coming few years, your dream of doing a government job in Indian Railways may be crushed. Actually, after Tejas, the government is going to give the operation of 50 railway stations and 150 trains in the hands of private companies. This means that only employees of private companies will work on these 50 railway stations and 150 trains and they will also give the salary and all the facilities of the employees on their own free will.
Which may be less than the salary and perks of government employees. It is noteworthy that at present, Indian Railways is the largest job-generating sector in the government department. But the policies of the Modi government are now shattering the dream of government job by handing this sector in private hands.
Actually, the central government has stepped up efforts to privatize the railway stations and trains of the country. Tejas, the country's first private semi-high speed train, was flagged off by UP CM Yogi Adityanath and with this, Tejas became the first private sector train run by the country. Now the central government has started the process of privatizing 50 railway stations and 150 trains.