In the case of illegal procurement of tickets, the team of Central Railway Protection Force has raided many places. Senior public relations officer AK Singh has given this information.
MUMBAI: The Central Railway Protection Force (RPF) has stepped up the campaign against the complaints received about the exploitation of e-tickets and reserved berths in special trains using multiple personal IDs. The RPF team has also conducted raids on the basis of data received from cyber cell and other intelligence.
These raids were carried out in all the five divisions of the Central Railway. Senior Public Relations Officer of Central Railway AK Singh said that, “During the year 2020, the Railway Protection Force, Central Railway has registered 466 cases under the provisions of the Railway Act. In which 14, 343 tickets were seized and 14,065 live e-tickets worth Rs 2.78 crore and 278 counter tickets were found. Railways arrested 492 persons.
Of these 466 cases filed by Central Railway, 253 cases of taunting in Mumbai division and 6,003 live e-tickets worth Rs 1.43 crore including 7,002 tickets and 139 counter tickets were seized from the accused and 262 persons arrested. Gone.
“These investigations have been intensified to protect the interests of authorized passengers and to prevent unauthorized ticketing activities of anti-social elements, including the use of scripting software,” said AK Singh, senior public relations officer of Central Railway.
Explain that the business of purchasing and supplying railway tickets is unauthorized and against the provisions of the Railway Act. Those found to be involved in such illegal activities are punished according to the legal provisions laid down in the Railway Act.
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