434 passengers caught without tickets on the Bandra Express

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Gondola. During the ticket inspection on the Bandra Express on Wednesday, employees of the rail ticket inspection caught 434 passengers without tickets. Of which the control staff fined one lakh 51,000.
Let us announce that on the orders of Dr. Monika Agnihotri, Divisional Railway Manager of the Lucknow Division of the North Eastern Railway, checked ticket inspectors on Wednesday the Bandra Express from Gorakhpur to Bandra at Gonda Station. In which 434 passengers were traveling without a ticket.
Which was caught by the ticket inspection staff and a lakh of 51,000 was recovered from them as a fine. It is said that in the last 5 days on the same train, 127 passengers were caught without a ticket and recovered from them with a fine of about 52 thousand rupees.
In addition, 203 passengers were caught without a ticket just three days ago. Of which about 75 thousand rupees have been recovered. For the first time in two years, it is in itself surprising that hundreds of passengers were caught without a ticket on two trains to Mumbai for four consecutive days.
The inspection staff was carried out by Divisional Commercial Inspector Anand Kumar Chaturvedi. Dozens of TTE, RPF and GRP staff were present on the occasion, including Platform Inspector KL Yadav, CIT Rakesh Mishra, SP Singh and CTTI Mohammad Akram. On the other hand, Senior DCM Amber Pratap Singh congratulates the ticket control staff on this work.

Gondola. During the ticket inspection on the Bandra Express on Wednesday, employees of the rail ticket inspection caught 434 passengers without tickets. Of which the control staff fined one lakh 51,000.

Let us announce that on the orders of Dr. Monika Agnihotri, Divisional Railway Manager of the Lucknow Division of the North Eastern Railway, checked ticket inspectors on Wednesday the Bandra Express from Gorakhpur to Bandra at Gonda Station. In which 434 passengers were traveling without a ticket.

Which was caught by the ticket inspection staff and a lakh of 51,000 was recovered from them as a fine. It is said that in the last 5 days on the same train, 127 passengers were caught without a ticket and recovered from them with a fine of about 52 thousand rupees.

In addition, 203 passengers were caught without a ticket just three days ago. Of which about 75 thousand rupees have been recovered. For the first time in two years, it is in itself surprising that hundreds of passengers were caught without a ticket on two trains to Mumbai for four consecutive days.

The inspection staff was carried out by Divisional Commercial Inspector Anand Kumar Chaturvedi. Dozens of TTE, RPF and GRP staff were present on the occasion, including Platform Inspector KL Yadav, CIT Rakesh Mishra, SP Singh and CTTI Mohammad Akram. On the other hand, Senior DCM Amber Pratap Singh congratulates the ticket control staff on this work.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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