Tejas Express, India’s first premium express train continues to be plagued with thefts of items like earphones and culinary pieces. The superfast express was left dirty and vandalized after its first return journey from Goa to Mumbai on May 23 with LED screens found broken and earphones stolen by passengers.
Fed up with the losses, railway officials have decided to go for cheaper one-time use items, in the train.
“We are still getting complaints from IRCTC that people are taking away earphones and other small items after the journey. These are items which can be concealed easily by putting them in luggage or pockets. We can only do so much to control such thefts,” Konkan Railway’s regional manager Aasim Sulaiman said. Read More…
Credit By: The Times Of India
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