The women employees working at this station have been trained to manage all operations at the station. CCTV cameras and sanitary napkin vending machines have also been installed at the all-women railway station. Five other stations - Ajmer, Udaipur, Abu Road, Bikaner and Sadulpur - have samitary napkin vending machines.
The Gandhinagar railway station is the second in the country to be managed solely by women - the first being Matunga in Mumbai.
"Railways is leading by an example to empower women and bring positive change in the society," said Coal and Railway Minister Piyush Goyal. He tweeted:
Government Railway Police (GRP) and women traffic police officials have also been posted at the station, posted Ministry of Railways in a tweet.
Gandhi Nagar Railway Station in Jaipur, Rajasthan becomes India's first non-suburban station fully operated 24x7 by women staff, which includes station operations & Railway Protection Force. Railways is leading by an example to empower women & bring positive change in the society pic.twitter.com/8eKUegsMoP- Piyush Goyal (@PiyushGoyal) February 21, 2018
GandhiNagar Jaipur #Rajasthan becomes country's first all #Women non suburban railway Station. Operation, commercial, RPF and other activities are done 24X7 by women staffs.- Ministry of Railways (@RailMinIndia) February 19, 2018
Government of Rajasthan has also supported by posting GRP and lady traffic police officials at this Stn. pic.twitter.com/oS0KwfheyW
Prior to this, an all-women police patrol team was also deployed in Jaipur last year to set eve-teasers right. The squad, deployed at over 200 check-points in the city, patrol on two-wheelers to help women and girls in distress.