Police, Bahn, Bahn, rpf, covid 19 – Commander angry about pending investigations, instructions to stop incidents of theft

RPF Commander Alok Kumar inspects platform number one.
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Ori. Jhansi Division RPF commander Alok Kumar inspected the RPF police station on Sunday. He expressed his displeasure with the upcoming talks. At the same time, instructions were given to put an early end to the increasing thefts.
The commander, who arrived on Sunday afternoon with Deputy Commander Sanjay Kumar Singh, inspected the video surveillance control room. He picked up the previous data and looked at the entire record. Particular care should be taken when passenger trains arrive. The personnel in whose control room posts are to be assigned should be trained.
He instructed subordinates to identify the places where people or cattle are being cut. There should be continuous monitoring and the surrounding villagers should also be made aware of this. He said the Corona threat was not over yet. Therefore, nobody should be seen on the platform without a mask. The entry of unauthorized persons into the traffic area and the railway colony should also be prohibited. He also ordered a fine to be imposed on vehicles entering the storage area without permission. Illegal sales on trains should be stopped and incidents of chain pulling should be curbed. Meanwhile, other staff, including RPF inspector MK Gupta, were present.

Ori. Jhansi Division RPF commander Alok Kumar inspected the RPF police station on Sunday. He expressed his displeasure with the upcoming talks. At the same time, instructions were given to put an end to the increasing thefts as soon as possible.

The commander, who arrived on Sunday afternoon with Deputy Commander Sanjay Kumar Singh, inspected the video surveillance control room. He picked up the previous data and looked at the entire record. Particular care should be taken when passenger trains arrive. The personnel in whose control room posts are to be assigned should be trained.

He instructed subordinates to identify the places where people or cattle are being cut. There should be continuous monitoring and the surrounding villagers should also be made aware of this. He said the Corona threat was not over yet. Therefore, nobody should be seen on the platform without a mask. The entry of unauthorized persons into the traffic area and the railway colony should also be prohibited. He also ordered a fine to be imposed on vehicles entering the storage area without permission. Illegal sales on trains should be stopped and incidents of chain pulling should be curbed. Meanwhile, other staff, including RPF inspector MK Gupta, were present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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