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04-09-2018
SER RPF PERSONNEL REALISED AN AMOUNT OF RS 61.82 LAKHS & HUGE CONTRABAND GOODS

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SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY

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PRESS RELEASE

SER RPF PERSONNEL REALISED AN AMOUNT OF RS 61.82 LAKHS & HUGE CONTRABAND GOODS

Kolkata, 4th September, 2018:

Railway Protection Force of South Eastern Railway has been playing an active role in addressing security concerns and ensuring secured environment for passenger over the railways. The vast reserve of railway property is required to be protected by the RPF with utmost sincerity and alertness. SER’s RPF team has successfully kept o­n guarding the railway property against theft and other crimes.

During the month of July 2018, SER’s RPF Personnel has done commendable security work to foil the criminal activity over four Divisions of this railway. The key security activities during the month of July are given as under:-

·20 criminals were arrested for theft of passenger belongings at different stations over SER.

·37 numbers of bags and belongings were recovered. This apart, 1200 pouches of country-made liquor, 28 bundles of Kendu leaves & 147 bundles of fire - work were also realised.

·62 offenders were arrested under RP (UP) Act for unlawful possession of railway property valued Rs. 1,83,360/-

·6,682 offenders including 20 touts and 957 unauthorized venders/hawkers were booked under different sections of the Railway Act with realization of fine amounting to Rs. 13, 24,220/-

·23,913 ticketless travellers were apprehended during the joint drives conducted by RPF and Commercial Department and an amount of Rs. 48,58,011/- was realized as fine from them.

·139 minor Boys and 22 minor Girls were rescued by RPF Personnel and handed over to their parents/NGO viz. child line etc.

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