In a non-stop mega ticket checking drive spearheaded by the Commercial department of the Bengaluru Railway Division, 1,604 ticketless passengers were booked and a penalty amount of Rs 5,60,870 collected. This drive carried out in two railway stations marks the highest ever collection registered by the Railways on a single day.
Briefing reporters in connection with the ‘Mega Fortress Ticket Checking Drive’ held on Saturday, Senior Divisional Commercial Manager (SDCM), Bengaluru Division, N R Sridharamurthy said, “The drive was conducted from 3 am to 11.45 pm at Krantivira Sangolli Rayanna and Yesvantpur railway stations. Commercial department staff along with staff from all divisions along with the Railway Protection Force sealed all exits at these stations from early morning to late night of Saturday.” Read More
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