"Yes Bank has joined hands with the Indian Railways to provide safe and clean drinking water at railway stations by setting up 1,000 community water purification systems across India by 2019", the bank said in a statement yesterday.

In the first phase, 100 such systems will be set up at 'D' and 'E' category railway stations in Konkan belt and some other locations in Maharashtra by March 2016, it said.

The initiative is being rolled out at smaller stations with basic water connection and an average footfall of 1,000 passengers a day, the statement said. Around 50 such systems have been already installed in Konkan region, Yes Bank informed.

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