Rajasthan has reasons to feel proud over the results of the cleanliness survey of major Indian railway stations. Two stations in the state Jodhpur and Jaipur have bagged the first and second spot in the list of cleanest railway stations in A1 category. Further, in A category stations, Rajasthan's Marwar and Phulera have bagged the top two spots, while Telangana’s Warangal is at number three. The survey was conducted by a third party for assessing the cleanliness of railway stations. The survey was conducted by Quality Council of India and involved over 400 major railway stations.