CIB of NE Railway Varanasi Division arrested illegal agent in black marketing of rail tickets from Azamgarh Raunapar area. During the operation, an illegal software named Voltas was also recovered from the spot. Which was confiscated along with the laptop and printer.
Abhay Kumar Rai, CIB Wing in-charge of RPF in NE Railway Varanasi Division, said that information about black marketing of tickets in Azamgarh was being received for a long time. On accurate information, the team raided a shop named Prateek Computer in Surina area located at Raunapar. All the distinction was revealed in the strict interrogation of Navratan Verma, a resident of Sohrabhar area.
30 personal IDs and 40 e-rail tickets have also been recovered from the spot. At the same time, illegal software Voltas uploaded in the laptop was also found. During interrogation, the operator told that before this, he used to book Tatkal tickets through a software called NGET. In lieu of a confirmed ticket, an additional fee of rupees four hundred to five hundred is charged from the passengers. The accused was presented in the court by challaning under the sections of the Railway Act.
The team that took action included ASI Ghulam Waris Siddaki, RPF in-charge of Azamgarh, Inspector Ramesh Chandra Meena, etc.
RPF readiness saved the life of an elderly female pilgrim
An elderly woman pilgrim's life was saved by the promptness of the RPF at Kashi station in the early hours of Friday. An elderly woman Mukta Bai (80), who was injured after falling under the Mahanagari Express, was admitted to the Divisional Hospital for treatment.
Mukta Bai, a resident of Avala located in Kusur Kshetra of Nashik (Maharashtra), had reached Kashi station by train number-22177 Mahanagari Express with a group of pilgrims. While getting down from the bogie at platform number two, the train started moving. And due to slipping, she went under the train uncontrollably. On hearing Chikhpukar, the RPF personnel rushed to stop the train by pulling the chain. The elderly woman was admitted to the Divisional Hospital with the help of 108 ambulances.