Refunded fine of Rs 7.59 lakh from 1117 Ticketless passengers

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Kasganj. The railway has started a control campaign to check passengers without a ticket. The specialty team collected a fine of Rs 7.59 lakh from 1,117 passengers without a ticket in a single day. The campaign was carried out in trains running from Kasganj towards Kanpur and Mathura. After the receipts were collected, the passengers were released with strict instructions.
The control team went up in flames at the direction of Neetu Singh, DRM and Senior Divisional Commercial Manager of the Izzatnagar Railway Division. The team consisted of Kasganj Junction Chief Ticket Inspector ML Sharma, Mathura Cantonment Chief Ticket Inspector Fakhruddin Ali, Fatehgarh Chief Ticket Inspector NP Singh. RPF was also deployed with the team. The railways have checked in special trains that run from Kasganj Junction Station to Mathura and Kanpur. A total of 1117 passengers were found without tickets during the campaign, with a fine of Rs 7.59 lakh confiscated as revenue.
A fine of Rs 7.59 lakh was collected in a one-day special trip to the ticket inspection. Millions of rupees had already been seized during the campaign. Passengers should not travel without a ticket. Rajendra Singh, PRO.

Kasganj. The railways have started a control campaign to check passengers without a ticket. The specialty team collected a fine of Rs 7.59 lakh from 1,117 passengers without a ticket in a single day. The campaign was carried out in trains running from Kasganj towards Kanpur and Mathura. After the receipts were collected, the passengers were released with strict instructions.

The control team went up in flames at the direction of Neetu Singh, DRM and Senior Divisional Commercial Manager of the Izzatnagar Railway Division. The team consisted of Kasganj Junction Chief Ticket Inspector ML Sharma, Mathura Cantonment Chief Ticket Inspector Fakhruddin Ali, Fatehgarh Chief Ticket Inspector NP Singh. RPF was also deployed with the team. The railways have checked in special trains that run from Kasganj Junction Station to Mathura and Kanpur. A total of 1117 passengers were found without tickets during the campaign, with a fine of Rs 7.59 lakh confiscated as revenue.

A fine of Rs 7.59 lakh was collected in a one-day special trip to the ticket inspection. Millions of rupees had already been seized during the campaign. Passengers should not travel without a ticket. Rajendra Singh, PRO.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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