New Delhi (India), Nov 3 (ANI): In a drive against touts selling Tatkal e-tickets during the ongoing Diwali festive season, the Indian Railway Protection Force (RPF) team arrested one person on Friday and also recovered 50 live Railway e-tickets, valued at a nearly two lakh rupees.
The accused, Jatinder Chhabra, runs a travel agency in West Delhi’s Kirti Nagar and was arrested from his residence in the Rameshnagar area of East Delhi. The 50 e-tickets worth Rs. 1,63,151 (One lakh sixty-three thousand one hundred fifty-one) were booked using 12 personal user IDs. Read more
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