Your troubles are set to increase if, during a rail journey, you travel without a ticket, with too much luggage, in another class with a sleeper or general ticket, spread garbage at the station or smoke. Railways has started a special campaign to curb these activities.
More than Rs 38 lakh recovered in fine
Northern Railway has run a ticket checking campaign in five of its divisions Lucknow, Moradabad, Delhi, Ferozepur and Ambala. During this campaign, on August 21, 3780 and on August 22, 4871 people were caught and they were fined. So far, the Railways has received a fine of more than Rs 38 lakhs in this campaign.
Campaign in all circles
Deepak Kumar, Chief Public Relations Officer of Northern Railway, said this campaign is going on in five divisions of Northern Railway. In this campaign, apart from catching passengers without tickets, Read More
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