The Central Railway chief ticket examiner Bhupendra Vaidya has been arrested by the Railway police for misusing the fine amount of Rs 33 lakh on video games. He was also dismissed from his duty.
“TC Vaidya was addicted to video games so much that he spent most of the money at video games parlour in Thane. The parlour operator confirmed this and informed that he was a regular customer. We arrested him on August 6 and also dismissed him from his service,” said Navnath Rupavate, assistant police inspector, from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus.
He further informed that Vaidya spent his entire salary playing video games, but after running out of cash, he misusing the fine money collected from the railway commuters who travelled without a ticket. Read More
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