From October onwards, you can sleep peacefully and not worry about your belongings while travelling in trains. Keeping in mind the lack of security in trains, Indian Railways has now started expediting the process of installing CCTV surveillance cameras in premium trains.
As per the plan, CCTVs will be installed in premium trains like Rajdhani, Shatabdi and Duronto.
“Ensuring safety and security of passengers is our topmost priority. In view of the increase in cases of robberies and thefts in trains, we are now planning to install CCTV cameras in trains”, Anil Kumar Saxena, Additional Director General of Railway Board told Firstpost.
In the initial phase, Mumbai-New Delhi Rajdhani, August Kranti Rajdhani, Ahmedabad-Delhi Rajdhani and Mumbai-Ahmedabad Shatabdi Express will be equipped with closed-circuit cameras. Read More…
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