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MCDO for the Month of MAY-2024-reg


1.Sustained drives against touting activities in SWR: - During monthly review, special teams that are constituted to workout illegal selling of e-tickets and usage of illegal software by analysis of PRABAL Data/Surveillance etc conducted raids at different travel agencies/agents engaged in touting activities over Karnataka & Goa and detected 29 cases with arrest of 28 touts U/S 143 of Railways Act and seized 96 No’s of live railway reserved tickets valued 2,85,092.25/-, 794 No’s of used tickets valued   18,23,195.05/-.

2.Patrolling by mobile teams (wherever deployed) in vestibule trains: - On an average 33 to 44 important/vulnerable Spl/Mail/Express trains are escorted by 84 to 102 RPF personnel including women constables over SWR. RPF personnel deployed for escorts are patrolling in trains and interacting with passengers.  Besides, keep watch on passengers carrying hazardous articles. 

·Meri Saheli: - To ensure maximum safety and security of women passengers on trains, Railway Protection Force (RPF) has launched the pilot project ‘Operation Meri Saheli’ in the month of November-2020. The RPF team collects the seat numbers of the lonely female passengers and further shares same with RPF personnel at corresponding stations. At destination, feedback from the identified passengers is collected for corrective response. Meri Saheli members also help women passengers in availing auto rickshaw, bus services and carrying belongings of elderly. 28 No of trains have been identified vulnerable with total 10 teams functioning over SWR (SBC-03, MYS-01 and UBL-06) consisting 79 RPF personnel deputed (SBC-25, MYS-14 and UBL-40). During the month of May-2024, 1037 trains have been attended over SWR (SBC-599, MYS-221 and UBL-217) and duly interacted with 27,128 lonely lady passengers.

3.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 (May)

Cumulative Number during last 3 years (2022, 2023 & 2024 (up to May.)

Action taken

1

RP(UP) Act

08

227

Legal action initiated

2

Prosecution under Rlys Act.

2448

59722

Legal action initiated

3

Prosecution of unauthorized persons entry into female coaches.

243

867

Legal action initiated

4

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

03

117

Under investigation by concerned GRP (law and order)

5

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

01

06

Action is being taken by GRP

5. Initiative action by RPF:-   

·    Yatri Suraksha(TOPB):- Under this operation 04 cases of ToPB detected by RPF

1.  On 03.05.2024, Sri.G.Thiripal, Sub-Inspector/RPF, Ghataprabha, along with staff while performing escorting of train No.16541 YPR-PVR express Ex.UBL-BGM, found a person loitering in AC coaches in suspicious manner  at Belagavi (BGM).On enquiry and search, he was found with 06 Nos. Of mobile phones value Rs.48,000/-, 02 Nos. Of Golden bracelets weighing about 03 grams V/Rs. 15000/- and 03 Nos. Of silver bracelets V/Rs.1000/- and Cash Rs.7047/- totally worth Rs.71047/-. On further enquiry he also revealed that he had stolen the above articles from passengers. Hence, he along with the above stolen property wroth Rs.71047/- was handed over to RPSI/BGM, who in turn registered a case in his station for vide Cr.No.04/2024 U/S-109 Cr.PC.

2.  On 03.05.2024 Shri S S kuchanur ASIPF/PS/UBL and ASIPF/W&S/UBL along with staff while making round of Hubballi Railway Station In front of Booking office apprehended a suspected TOPB offender and recovered 05 no’s mobiles total Value Rs. 47,500/- Approx. Further the same accused was handed over to GRP/UBL for necessary action. In this regard a case was registered in GRP-P UBL vide Cr No 39/2024 (U/s-41(1)d, 102) Cr.PC & (U/s-379 of IPC.

3.  On 12.05.2024 on duty Smt. Epriya Lavnaya WCT 521/DVG reported that while on duty heard people shouting from platform and when observed noticed a person moving in suspicious manner. Immediately along with staff,  caught the person and on enquiry with platform passengers it is learnt that the suspicious person was taking away one mobile phone which was kept for charge in in the platform and tried to flee. On enquiry the suspicious person revealed his and had 01 Vivo mobile V/Rs. 13000/- approx. and 01 samsung mobile V/Rs. 14000 approx. with him and did not respond properly about the ownership of the mobiles. Immediately informed GRP/DVG and handed over the suspected person and 02 mobiles for further necessary action at their end.

4.  On 13.05.2024 Sri Madan Raj Sirsikar, Dy. CTI/SL/SBC handing over one person with a written message that, while performing his duty by Tr No. 17392 Ex UBL-SBC one person was loitering suspiciously in a reserved coaches and he was stopped and interrogated, then he showing general ticket and he tried to escape and then caught him while checking a passenger's bag and he may have travelled with the intention of stealing in the train. On arrival of said train at ASK, the said on duty TTE was handing over the suspected person with a written complaint .In this regard SIPF/ASK conducted further enquiry, the said offender was handed over to RPSI/GRP/ASK for further legal proceedings. In this connection RPSI/ASK have registered a case vide Cr No-13/2024 U/s 109 of Cr. PC.

                                                 

·  Operation AMANAT :-  Recovery of Passengers' belongings by RPF there by safe guarding passengers' belonging from reaching criminal elements:  on 55 occasions (includes a recovery made by RPF Escort staff), RPF personnel recovered leftover items of passengers valued   13,96,180/- (approx.) and restored to genuine passengers.

Bags

Laptop

Mobile

Cash

Gold /

Silver

Electronic items

Etc.

Total V/

30

05

22

40,720/-

3,08,000/-

Power bank, Headphones,

Chargers, Pen Drive etc

ATM, Aadhar cards, PAN

cards, Camera, 

documents,

clothes, Spectacles, etc.

13,96,180/-

  

·Operation Nanhe Farishte:- (Rescue of children from Railway premises/trains): During the month, 35 runaway children i.e. 03 girls and 32 boys were rescued by RPF and handed over to Parents /relatives through NGO and Police.

 

6.Action against undesirable elements under Railways Act :-

 

a.During the month under review, a total of 2448 cases under the provisions of Railways  

Acts are registered with arrest of 2415 accused persons.

(a.) LC Gate accidents:-

No. of incidents reported

No. of cases registered

No. of persons arrested

No. of persons convicted

Fine amount realized (In Rs)

Damage cost paid to Railways (In Rs)

13

11

06

01

1000

44000

  

(b.)Cable cut cases:-

No. of incidents reported

No. of cases registered

No. of persons arrested

No. of persons convicted

Fine amount realized (In Rs)

Damage cost paid to Railways (In Rs)

22

18

07

03

5500

0

(c.) Damage of Height Gauge:-

No. of incidents reported

No. of cases registered

No. of persons arrested

No. of persons convicted

Fine amount realized (In Rs)

Damage cost paid to Railways (In Rs)

04

04

03

03

8500

40000

d.Operation SATARK (Recovery of Customs/Narcotics/Contraband goods/articles):-

 

·Liquor Items: RPF while performing train escort, picketing and platform duties on 11 times secured 1465 different types of liquor bottles valued 1,04,717/- and handed over to concerned agencies

       


a.Lifesaving/Medical assistance to needy passengers:-

·Medical assistance:- RPF/SWR rendered medical assistance/first aid to needy passengers and shifted them to nearby hospitals with available means and thereby saved valuable lives.  

 


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Source : South Western Railway CMS Team Last Reviewed : 10-06-2024  


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