The Central Railway registered ticket-checking earnings of Rs 10.40 crore for the month of December 2018 in its intensive campaign against ticketless and irregular travel. In its endeavor to provide better services to bonafide rail users and also to curb the ticketless travel, Central Railway has regularly taken innovative steps. Senior officers are closely monitoring the revenue loss due to ticketless travel and such other irregularities.
During the month of December 2018, Central Railway has earned Rs 10.40 crore as against Rs 8.76 crore in December 2017, thereby showing an increase of 18.72%. During the month December 2018, 2.33 lakh cases of ticketless and irregular travel, including un-booked luggage, were detected as against 2.06 lakh cases in December 2017, thereby showing an increase of 13.11%.
During the period of April 2018 to December 2018, a total of 27.05 lakh cases of ticketless and irregular travel and un-booked luggage were detected as against 24.40 lakh cases in the corresponding period last year, thereby showing an increase of 10.86%. Read More
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