The railway police in Delhi is having a tough time as a bulk of phone calls — about 80 per cent — on its helpline per day is related to requests for pizza delivery, mobile recharges or other such trivial matters.
The Delhi Railway Police Control Room receives 200 phone calls on an average on its 1512 helpline daily, and during 80 per cent of such calls, passengers either request the staff to get eatables such as pizzas and burgers delivered to them or enquire about railway jobs, police said on Sunday.
“Get my phone recharged, get pizza delivered, I want two burgers, tea, juices, cold water are some of the demands the passengers make,” a senior police officer said. Read More
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