Stunningly painted Diesel Locomotive | Mahatama Gandhi 150 | Indian Railways

Indian Railways have painted some of their Locomotives in Tri color themes depicting the Indian National flag and also on the account of celebrating 150th birthday of Mahatma Gandhi ji (2nd October 2019).

This is one such stunningly painted Locomotive Gooty’s (GY) WDP4D 40328 flaunting its Swachhata Hi Seva livery, to promote cleanliness and a Plastic free India.

“It is our social responsibility as citizens of India to help fulfill Gandhiji’s vision of Clean India, by his 150th birth anniversary in 2019.” – Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India.

Video – TheRailzone.

Train : 12193/12194 Jabalpur – Yesvantpur Superfast Express.
Locomotive : Gooty’s (GY) WDP4D 40328.
Location : Yelahanka, Bangalore.

Gandhiji’s freedom struggle culminated in India’s Independence on 15th August, 1947. Mahatma Gandhi strived to lead the country to not just political independence, but to a better India and a society free of caste, religious, economic and even gender prejudices.

Though politically independent, India has long since grappled with the same vital issues that Gandhiji had to face when he came back to India on January 9, 1915 after his South African odyssey viz. –health issues, drinking water problem, social issues etc.

The occasion of 150th birth anniversary celebrations has given us an opportunity to remind the humanity of the efficacy of the message of Mahatma Gandhi.

Gandhi’s lessons are relevant in every policy of the country such as Swacch Bharat, rights of women and children, and of civil liberties of small and disadvantaged groups, health and well-being of the Indian farmer and the Indian village.