Improving the requirements under the Integrated Security System (ISS) at railway stations in line with present technology and forming a joint plan of action to curb rising cases of sabotage on railway tracks remained the major suggestions by panels to strengthen railway security in the city at a conference held in Delhi on Thursday, officials said. The one-day conference included discussions by Chief and Senior Divisional Security Commissioners of the Railway Protection Forces (RPF) across divisions, representatives from the Government Railway Police (GRP) and other non-railway stakeholders, including NGOs.
It was divided into four panels which addressed various issues related to property theft in trains, sabotage attempts in the past and the need to use better technology to improve security in the railways. Read More…
Credit By : The Indian Express
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