Central Railway doubled the monthly pension of one of its oldest living retired guards as a ‘goodwill gesture’ as he turned 100 years old on Saturday. Keeshav Narhare Bapat, a resident of Bhusawal city in Maharashtra was greeted with bouquets and sweets by railway officials. He also receives a greeting letter from Bhusawal Divisional Railway Manager Vikas Kumar Gupta. A central railway official said that the retired officer’s family members were surprised to see us. Keeshav Narhare joined the Central Railway ( formerly the Great Indian Peninsula Railway) in 1951 and retired around 1978.

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