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MCDO FOR THE MONTH OF MAY-2022

(I.) Sustained drives against touting activities in SWR:-

 

1.Touting:- During the month under review, Special teams were constituted to workout illegal selling of e-tickets and illegal software by analysis of PRABAL Data. Special teams conducted raids at different Travel Agencies/Agents all over Karnataka and Goa, who were engaged in touting activities and detected 10 cases with arrest of 10 touts under Section 143 of Railways Act and seized 28 No’s of live reserved tickets valued Rs. 43751/-, 707  No's of used tickets  valued  Rs. 1180821/-.

2.Patrolling by mobile teams (wherever deployed) every hour in vestibule trains:- On an average 40 to 45 Spl/Mail/Exp. trains are escorted by 140 to 150  RPF personnel over SWR. Further, RPF personnel  deployed for escorts are patrolling in trains and interacting with passengers.  Besides, the teams keep watch on passengers carrying safety hazardous articles. The train escort staff had secured 02 mobiles, 01 watch and 02 No’s bag  and handed over to genuine passengers. Also, a boy and a girl were rescued and handed over to NGO further reunion with their parents. Apart, AHTU team of Bengaluru rescued a minor girl at BNC Railway Station while she was found with her boy friend of aged 24 years. A missing case was registered in Kilimanoor Police station vide Cr.no. 419/22 U/S 370 IPC and 57 of K P Act and subsequently, the girl was handed over to BOSCO Bengaluru. The male person (suspected trafficker) was handed over to RPSI/BNC for further probe.  

3.Meri Saheli:- To ensure maximum safety and security of women passengers on trains, Railways Protection Force (RPF) collects the seat/berth numbers of the single/alone female passengers and shares them with RPF personnel deployed at corresponding stations for their security & safety in en-route.  At the destination, a feedback from the identified passengers is collected for corrective response.  Meri Saheli members also help women passengers in availing auto rickshaws, bus services, carrying belongings of elderly and needy passengers. In SWR, presently this operation has been implemented in 31 identified trains and ensure covid protocols are being followed by passengers in a polite manner.

 

4.Crime control:-

 (Top 5 categories of crime on the Zonal Railway based on average of 3 years and crime against  women).

Sl

No.

Description of crime

Cases registered

during     the current month

Cumulative Number during last 3 years 

2020, 2021 & 2022 up to  Feb-2022)

Action taken

1

RP(UP) Act

04

160

Legal action initiated

2

Prosecution under Rlys Act

1763

39222

Legal action initiated

3

Prosecution of unauthorized persons  entry into female coaches

05

201

Legal action initiated

4

Crime against passengers ( High value cases of ToPB, Dacoity, Robbery, Drugging)

02

66

Under investigation by concerned GRP (law and order)

5

Crime against Women passenger i.e  rape, molestation, eve-teasing & harassment of women passengers

0

12

Action is being taken by GRP


(II.) Initiative action by RPF:- Nil

 

1.AHUT (Human Trafficking):- On 07.05.2022 AHTU team of Bengaluru and under supervision of PC/BNC rescued a minor girl of Sandra B S, age 16 years, D/o Sandhya, R/o Plamood, Pulimath Post, Thiruanantpuram Dist. Kerala state, at BNC Railway Station while she was found with her boy friend of aged 24 years. The girl was missing since 05.05.2022 & a case was registered in Kilimanoor Police station vide Cr.no. 419/22 U/S 370 IPC and 57 of K P Act and subsequently, the girl was handed over to BOSCO Bengaluru. The male person (Suspected trafficker) was handed over to RPSI/BNC for further probe.

 

2.Operation Amanat:-, Recovery of Passengers' belongings by RPF- There by safeguarding passengers' belonging from reaching criminal elements:

 

On 41 occasions RPF personnel recovered leftover items of passengers valued Rs. 6,40,585/-  (approx) and restored to genuine passengers:-

Bags

Laptop

Mobile

Phones

Cash

Gold /silver

Camera

Electronic items

I-pad

Etc

Total V/Rs.

41

02

14

 14,334/-

30 grams

Approximate value

1,44,000/-

--

Power bank, Headphones, Chargers, jacket, LED TV etc

ATM, Aadhar

cards,  PAN cards, Camera, documents,

clothes, Spectacles, etc.

6,40,585/-

  

3. Operation Nanhe Farishte: Rescue of children from Railway premises/trains:

   During the month, 72 Runaway children’s i.e. 23 girls and 49 boys were rescued by RPF and handed over to NGO, Parents /relatives and Police.