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Rajkot News

Ferrying around 3.7 lakh litres of potable water over 200 kilometres, India’s first water train whistled into Rajkot railway station on 2 May 1986. A city was saved from evacuation due to paucity of drinking water. C.K. Koshy, an IAS officer, was the Relief Commissioner of Gujarat State then and was pivotal in making this happen. A gold medalist from University of Kerala, Koshy joined the Indian Administrative Service in 1968 and retired as the Additional Chief Secretary of Gujarat. He was known as a no-nonsense administrator and the state’s best bet to handle a crisis. Despite all the challenges of a civil servant, he never let his sense of humour desert him. This article by him proves that.

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