3700 passengers traveling by purchasing fake tickets from railway broker were caught

On the one hand passengers are being cheated in the game of Tatkal tickets withdrawn by the broker and on the other hand, the Railways and IRCTC are getting rich by selling tickets. Alam is that passengers travel by trains by purchasing tickets at expensive prices and also pay a fine if caught in checking. Taking action against 3700 such passengers last month, the Railways recovered Rs 32 lakh from passengers.

In the checking drive of the Northeast Railway, the broker has revealed the Tatkal tickets, senior citizens tickets and sports tickets to the passengers. Fake tickets have been recovered from the passengers caught in the train during the journey. On the instructions of Dr. Monica Agnihotri, DRM of North Eastern Railway, action was taken against Fajiwad in a special ticket checking campaign on behalf of Senior Divisional Commercial Manager Ambar Pratap Singh and Assistant Commercial Manager SK.

More passengers caught in Pushpak and ATT train

Ticket brokers are taking advantage of waiting in Mumbai trains. In the instant, the broker is giving a ticket of Rs 700 with an additional one thousand rupees. The passengers caught during checking in Mumbai trains have revealed this. The maximum number of passengers were caught in Pushpak and Gorakhpur LTT trains of Mumbai in the ticket checking campaign of North Eastern Railway.


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