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About:

Railway Protection Force is constituted and maintained by the Central Government as an Armed Force of the Union for the better protection and security of Railway property. This Force is constituted as per Section -3 of RPF Act, 1957 (Amended 1985 & 2003). Its main function is to protect and safe guard Railway property, passenger area and passengers.

Railway Protection Force is headed by Director General/Railway Protection Force at Board level and he is assisted by IG/Administration and IG/Crime and Intelligence and other officers at Railway Board level.


At Zonal level, force is headed by IG-Cum-Chief Security Commissioner and he is assisted by Addl. Chief Security Commissioner, Staff Officer and other Assistant Security Commissioners.

At Divisional level, RPF is head by Senior Divisional Security Commissioner and he is assisted by Assistant Security commissioners and Inspectors.

At field level, the Posts are headed by the Inspectors and he is assisted by Sub-Inspectors, Assistant Sub-Inspectors, Head constables and constables.


Organizational Chart:





Dog Squad:


Staff Position:



Rank

Sanction

Actual

Vacancy

IPF

16

14

2

SIPF

33

27

6

ASIPF

60

41

19

HC

252

204

48

Con

369

335

34

Drivers

8

4

4

Ancillary

1

1

0

Total

742

629

113


Duties of RPF:

General Powers and functions of enrolled members of the Force:

The primary functions of enrolled members of the Force shall be


  • to protect and safeguard railway property and to combat crime against it.
  • to do any other act conducive to better protection and security of railway property.
  • to remove any obstruction in the movement of railway property.
  • to perform other functions of an armed force of the Union and to exercise powers of a railway servant as conferred by or under the Indian Railway Act, 1890.

New Duties of RPF:

Dawning of new Era with new challenges and responsibilities.We shall   

  • Protect and safeguard Railway property and goods entrusted to Railways.
  • Promote the safety and security of the passenger areas and passengers on Railways.

The Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manuals and Records held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharge of its functions

The RPF organization uses the following Rules and Regulations for discharge of its functions.

  • The RPF Act 1957 (Amended in 1985 and 2003)
  • RPF Rules, 1987.
  • Railway Property (Unlawful Possession) Act 1966. (as amended in 2012)
  • The Railway Act 1989. (as amended in 2003)
  • Cigarettes and other Tobacco Products (Prohibition of Advertisement and Regulation of Trade and Commerce, Production Supply and Distribution) Act 2003.
  • Railway Establishment Rules.
  • Standing Orders issued from Security Directorate, Railway Board from time to time.

Division of Responsibilities:


Escorting of Trains:

Total 49 trains are escorting by RPF staff of SC Division.


Sl No.

TR.NO.

TRAIN NAME

Train escorted

FROM

TO

1

12738

Gowtami

sc

bza

2

12737

GOWTAMI

bza

sc

3

17249

machilipatnam

bza

sc

4

17250

machilipatnam

sc

bza

5

11019

KONARK

sc

kzj

6

17012

intercity

kzj

sc

7

12723

telangana

hyb

skzr

8

12724

telangan

skzr

hyb

9

12721

DAKSHIN EXP

HYB

BPQ

10

12722

DAKSHIN EXP

BPQ

HYB

11

11303

kolhapur

HYB

SEM

12

11304

kolhapur

SEM

hyb

13

17002

mmr

VKB

PRLI

14

17205

mmr

PRLI

VKB

15

57550

awb

prli

bhlk

16

57549

awb

bhlk

prli

17

12728

godavari

kzj

bza

18

12727

godavari

bza

kzj

19

12760

Charminar

KZJ

BZA

20

12709

Simhapuri

BZA

KZJ

21

12706

intercity

kzj

kmt

22

18645

east coast

kmt

kzj

23

17011

hyb-skzr

kzj

bpa

24

17012

skzr-sc

bpa

kzj

25

12616

G.T Exp

kmt

BZA

26

12967

Jaipur

BZA

wl

27

12655

Navajeevan

WL

KMT

28

12656

NAVAJEEVAN

WL

BPQ

29

12655

navajeevan

BPQ

wl

30

11020

konark

wl

sc

31

17202

golkonda

sc

wl

32

12759

charminar

kzj

sc

33

12791

dnr

sc

kzj

34

16031

andamam

wl

bpq

35

12804

swarnajayanthi

bpq

wl

36

12622

TAMILANADU

WL

BZA

37

12783

KRBA EXP

BZA

WL

 38

12764

PADMAVATHI

KZJ

BZA

39

12759

CHAIRMINAR

BZA

KZJ

40

12722

DAKSHIN

BPQ

SKZR

41

17233

bhagyanar

SKZR

BPQ

42

17234

bhagyanar

BPQ

SKZR

43

12295

SANGAMITHRA

SKZR

BPQ

44

12762

KRMR

WL

BZA

45

12621

TN

BZA

WL

46

18520

LTT

kzj

bza

47

11020

KONARK

bza

kzj

48

12296

Sangamitra

BPQ

WL

49

18401

Okha-Puri

WL

BPQ

Apart from this, 07 rakes of MMTS are escorted RPF along with home guards. Each rake is escorted by one RPF and 03 home guards in two shifts.

Security Gadgets available:

  • CCTVs:

S No

Stations

Quantity

1

Secunderabad

86

2

Hyderabad

41

3

Bidar

7

4

Vikarabad

6

5

Kazipet

9

6

Warangal

8

7

Khammam

8

  • Door frame metal detectors.
  • Hand held metal detectors.
  • Bullet proof jackets.
  • Bullet proof helmets.
  • VHF Sets – 25 Watts.
  • VHF Sets – 5 Watts.
  • Dragon search lights.
  • Mega phones.
  • Body Protectors.
  • Poly carbonate shields.
  • Polycarbonate helmets.
  • Digital Handicam/cameras.
  • Binoculars.
  • Trolley mirrors.

PERFORMANCE

Theft of Railway property:

Year

No. of cases

Value of property

Regd

Detd

%

Stolen

Recrd.

%

2013

36

36

100

118600

118420

99.84

2014

103

103

100

761547

676165

88.78

2015 (Upto Oct)

142

133

93.66

1946358

1892190

97.21

Booked Consignment:

Year

No. of cases

Value of property

Regd

Detd

%

Stolen

Recd

%

2013

4

4

100

34220

34220

100

2014

6

3

50

365085

20825

5.70

2015 (Upto Oct)

2

1

50

6200

3000

51.6

Cases booked under RP (UP) Act:

Year

Regd

Detd

Value of property stolen

Value of property recovered

Arrest

OS

REC

RE

2013

146

146

400685

400505

198

35

2

2014

153

150

1156788

755220

191

53

2

2015

(Upto Oct)

132

123

1943118

1886651

135

31

2


Railway Act:


Year

Apprehended

Jailed

Amount realized

2013

8585

2

11,44,925

2014

11579

4

29,72,460

2015 (Upto Oct)

12243

57

26,20,600

Performance under Railway ACT (Important sections):

Railway Act (section)

Arrest

Amount

2014

2015

(Upto Oct)

2014

2015

(Upto Oct)

141- Alarm chain pulling

183

539

73500

96400

143 –Touting

102

122

15000

0

144 – Unauthorized hawking

3878

3406

973680

609000

147 - Tress passing

1734

1231

470430

338600

154 - Endangering safety of passengers by rash or negligent act (LC gate)

77

50

81400

82750

156 - Traveling on roof, steps or engine

500

689

117900

166500

159 - Disobedience of drivers/conductors

1333

1303

328450

274200

162 - Entering into reserved ladies Compartment

249

343

80800

60550

164 - Unlawfully bringing dangerous goods

13

7

500

0

167 – Smoking

19

43

300

1200

174 - Obstructing running of train

26

26

7600

0

Heinous Crime (Dealt by GRP):

Murder:

Year

No. of Cases

Property

Regd.

Detd

Regd.

Detd

2013

5

3

--

--

2014

4

1

--

--

2015(Upto Oct)

1

-

--

--

Dacoity:

Year

No. of Cases

Property

Regd.

Detd

Regd.

Detd

2013

0

0

0

0

2014

0

0

0

0

2015 (Upto Oct)

0

0

0

0

Robbery:

State

No. of Cases

Property

Regd.

Detd

Regd.

Detd

2013

--

--

--

--

2014

3

2

36630

--

2015 (Upto Oct)

5

2

161650

34350

Drugging:

YEAR

No. of Cases

Property

Regd.

Detd

Regd.

Detd

2013

4

--

294950

--

2014

6

1

185700

                --

2015 (Upto Oct)

5

-

408500

--

Theft of Passenger belonging:

(In Trains)

Year

No. of cases

Value of property

Arrest

Regd

Detd

Stolen

Recovd

2013

309

50

27409490

10318850

69

2014

376

39

16714010

1088100

51

2015(Upto Oct)

348

45

1,59,37,328

7,34,099

53

(In premises )

Year

No. of cases

Value of property

Arrest

Regd

Detd

Stolen

Recovd

2013

81

40

2049780

883130

51

2014

35

17

464400

156400

21

2015(Upto Oct)

41

17

7,20,900

1,70,300

23


Integrated Security System:

  • At Secunderabad, Hyderabad Railway Stations at a cost of Rs. 304.96 lakhs &151.02 lakhs respectively.
  • Personal & Baggage screening system.
  • Explosive detection & disposal system.
  • CCTV system and System integration.

Highlights:

i.Increased recovery of stolen Railway Material:

132 cases of theft of railway material were registered and detected under RP (UP )Act in 2015(Upto Oct) with a recovery of  stolen railway material worth Rs.19,43,118/-. When compared to last year 153 cases were registered and detected in 2014 with recovery of stolen railway material worth Rs. 7,55,220/- only. Therefore, the recovery of stolen railway material increased by 99% as compared to last year due to intensive efforts by RPF.

ii.Improved performance under ticket checking;-

During the year-2015 (Upto Oct), 54450 persons were apprehended and an amount of Rs.2,04,33,163/- was realized as fine as compared to 27272 persons apprehended and an amount of Rs.94,40,298/- was realized as fine in the previous year. Thus the performance under this head has increased by 50%.

iii.Increase in prosecution of ACP cases:

In 2015(Upto Oct), 539 persons were prosecuted for committing ACP as against 183 persons during 2014. Cent percent registration of criminal case in respect of each of the ACP cases was ensured in 2015 due to which the prosecution increased and also effective deterrence against ACP.

iv.Arrest of Touts: 

122 persons were arrested & prosecuted in 2015 (Upto Oct) as against 102 persons in 2014 U/s 143 of the Railways Act for procuring & selling of railway reservation tickets un-authorized during the year 2015. Thus the action against touts has improved.

v.Arrest of Eunuchs causing nuisance:

1115 Eunuchs were apprehended and prosecuted under Railway Act in 2015 (upto Oct) as against 662 Eunuchs in 2014. A decision was taken in 2014 to prosecute eunuchs and not leave them by levying fines only. This has created a more effective deterrence. This year, it has been decided to create a database of eunuchs and connect previous conviction of eunuchs while producing them in court so that court can be requested to award more stringent punishment against the eunuch responsible for committing nuisance time and again.

VI.Apprehending of eunuch who extorted money from passengers: 

  1. On 21.02.2015, RPF Post Warangal received information from Security Control/RPF/Secunderabad regarding snatching of cash of Rs. 15,500/- by three eunuchs. Immediately, Sri Hari babu, IPF/WL with ASIPF/WL M. Dhara Singh identified and rounded up three eunuchs as per the identification details given.  The snatched cash amount Rs. 15000/- was also found in their possession, which was recovered from them in presence of IRP/WL.  In this connection GRP/KZJ registered a case in Cr. No. 16/15 u/s 384 r/w 34 IPC.  The eunuchs have been sent to judicial custody.
  1. On15.04.2015, another complaint of extortion by eunuchs in 12295 Sanghmitra Exp was received by RPF post WL. Immediately RPF train escorting staff along with PF duty staff of RPF post WL apprehended one eunuch and recovered cash Rs. 42, 330/- (approx). On further interrogation of the apprehended eunuch, other two eunuchs were also apprehended. Meanwhile, the victims were assisted in lodging FIR and they lodged FIR in GRP Betul (MP) regarding extortion by three eunuchs. In this connection GRP WL registered a case 48/15 u/s 384 r/w 34 IPC and took up further investigation.
  1. On 07.07.2015, complainant by name N Raju, S/o Venkataiah, R/o Kazipet, Warangal District stated that he was traveling in Tr No. 57123 Nagpur- Kazipet passenger in general compartment. During the journey from Manchiryal to Kazipet near about Vaddepally station 02 eunuchs namely K Lasya @ Ravi and O Maggie @ Madhu demanded Rs. 100, when he refused to give the amount, one eunuch hold his both hands and another eunuch forcibly taken Rs.1000/- from his pocket and descended in slow motion at Fathima Bridge of Kazipet. On receipt of information, RPF party made strenuous efforts and apprehended the above eunuchs and handed over to GRP/KZJ who in turn registered a case in Cr No. 90/2015 U/s 384 r/w 34 IPC.

VII.Rescue of boy from Kidnapper: On 21.02.15, ASIPF/ELS-OP, ASIPF/SC along with HC-691 & Home guards while conducting Railway Act raids on PF No.2 received information from a passenger by name SK Azeem that he along with wife and son travelled from GNT to Secunderabad by train No. 12703. His wife and son Sk Azmal age 3 yrs travelled in ladies compartment. After reaching SC station she got down from train but their son was missing on PF. ASIsPF/SC obtained particulars and resemblances of the boy. Immediately ASIsPF/SC informed the above matter to all the staff on Platform and entry points. Further ASIsPF/SC along with staff checked thoroughly on platform. During the check ASIsPF/SC apprehended Kidnapper by name Bikshapathi s/o Laxmaiah age 30 yrs R/o Gandhinagar, Nalgonda who has taken away the said boy without consent of parents. ASIPF/SC handed over the boy to his father and the kidnapper forwarded to GRP/SC along with the complainant.

VIII.Apprehending of impersonator:

  1. On 09.04.15, at about 17.15 hrs, SIPF/PRLI, conducted Railway Act raids in Tr.No. 57547(HYB-PURNA) Passenger, before the train reaching GTU railway station, he noticed one person checking the tickets of the passengers.  On suspicion, he was enquired.  The person revealed his name as Santhosh, S/o Dharmdass Tak, aged 24 years, R/o Wadwal Nagnath, Chakur, Latur district, Maharastra state but failed to show his ID card. SIPF/PRLI handed over the person to GRP/PRLI for further necessary action. In this connection GRP/PRLI registered a case in Cr. No. 11/15, U/s 170 IPC dated 10.04.15.
  1. On 24.05.2015, Con/470/LPI-OP and HG-359/LPI while performing platform duty at LPI station, attended train no. 18519 LTT Express and noticed one person in safari suit checking the baggage of the passengers posing as police constable. On suspicion the said person was detained along with the assistance of GRP/HYB staff and on enquiry, he revealed his name as Shaik Mahboob S/o Shaik Mohammad, Age-52years, R/o Ghose Colony, Dargha Road, Parbani, Maharastra. The person was handed over to GRP/HYB, on 25.05.2015 GRP/HYB arrested the said person in crime no. 167/2015 U/s 170,419 and 420 IPC.

IX.Recovery of Silver ornaments: On 04.05.2015, HC-348 apprehended two persons by name Sundar Rajan Krishna Murthy S/o Krishna Murthy, Age 30yrs, Caste 36yrs R/o Kapuwada, Hanumakonda, Warangal District 2) Jayram Srinivas S/o Nauseam age 41yrs, R/o Selam of  Tamil Nadu State who were  moving suspiciously with one hand bag on PF No.1 of WL Railway station. They were taken to GRP/WL office and in presence of IRP/WL GRP/WL conducted search and found Silver Leg Chains and Silver raw materials without bills. The silver ornaments were weighing 14.697Kgs. In this connection IRP/WL addressed a letter to Commercial Tax officer Warangal for taking necessary action and kept arrested persons with the property in GRP/WL Custody.

X.Detection of SR cases:  During the year 2015 (Upto Sept), 05 Special report cases were detected with recovery of stolen railway property worth Rs.16,58,999/-  with arrest of  29  criminals including 08  receivers.

XI.Drive against carrying of inflammable articles:

With a view to prevent fire accidents in trains and premises 3811 number of drives were conducted against carrying inflammable or explosive material in 2015(Upto Oct) and 07 persons were apprehended and prosecuted. In the year 2014, 4238 drives resulted in prosecution of 13 persons.

XII.Seizure of illicit liquor:-

During 2015(Upto Oct), 19 cases of carriage of illicit liquor were detected by RPF and property was handed over to Excise department for further legal action.

XIII.Rescue of Children:

During the current year-2015, 184 children were rescued and handed over to their parents/DONBOSCO/Child line as against 65 children were rescued in 2014. Hence, the good work is being continued.

XIV.Retrieval and restoration of passenger luggage:-

On 96 occasions lost luggage of passengers were retrieved and restored to them in 2015(Upto Oct) as against 79 occasions was retrieved in 2014 too.

XV.Passenger Security Helpline 182 was started and has proved to be a blessing for passengers in need. RPF in particular and Railway in general has been earning a lot of goodwill due to the implementation of this helpline.

XVI.The CPDS team of SC station has shown remarkable performance by apprehending 51 criminals of passenger crime with a recovery of stolen passenger luggage worth Rs 9,09,700/- in 2015(upto Oct).

XVII.Nirbhaya Squad consisting of commercial and RPF staff was deployed in MMTS trains for enhancing the security of women passengers in MMTS. Plain clothes teams of RPF were deployed in MMTS trains for control of passenger offences with encouraging results.

XVIII.Special focus was given on action against unauthorized travelers in ladies and disabled coaches. 3255 persons were prosecuted while unauthorized travelling in disabled coaches in 2015(Upto Oct) in comparison to 3143 persons in 2014. Similarly, 343 persons were prosecuted while unauthorized travelling in ladies coaches in 2015(Upto Oct) in comparison to 249 persons in 2014. Thus an effective deterrence was created against unauthorized travel in ladies and disabled coaches.

XIX.An android based mobile application “RISSTA”- Railway’s Interactive Security Solution for Travellers’ Assistance for the security of lady passengers travelling in MMTS was launched on 04.06.2015 by Sri P.K.Srivastava, General Manager/SCR in presence of Hon’ble MLA/Serlingampalli, Sri A. Gandhi, Hon’ble MLC Sri N. Ramchander, CCM, CSC, CPRO, DRM/SC, ADRM/SC and branch officers of SC div. Members of print and electronic media were present on this occasion in large numbers. The launching was done in a simple ceremony held at Lingampalli Railway station, a prominent station on MMTS network of SC division. The mobile application has been running successfully and has been gaining popularity among MMTS users.

XX.An intensive drive against smoking in railway stations/trains was launched in 2015(Upto Oct) and 2188 persons were fined and an amount of Rs 4,37,400/- was realized from them. The performance in 2014 was 2069 persons and a fine of Rs 4,13,400/-.

XXI.Inter divisional RPF Athletics meet:-

During the year 2015, Inter Divisional RPF Football and Kabaddi Tournaments and All India RPF Volley Ball tournament were hosted jointly by RPF Secunderabad & Hyderabad Divisions.

XXII.     Best ever littering performance in one day at one station: On 12.10.2015, massive raid was conducted against littering cases at SC station and station premises with the assistance of commercial staff. Due to this, total 1022 cases were booked and an amount of Rs. 204400/- was realized.

Good Work Done:

Description

2013

2014

2015

(upto Oct)

TOPB Offenders arrested by RPF

57

39

51

Rescue of stranded children

91

58

184

Passenger Baggage retrieved & restored

79

79

96

Contraband goods seized

58

63

25

Drive against carrying of inflammable/dangerous goods

4432

4238

3811

Innovations/system improvement in the division:

1.An android based mobile application “RISSTA”- Railway’s Interactive Security Solution for Travellers’ Assistance for the security of lady passengers travelling in MMTS was launched on 04.06.2015 by Sri P.K.Srivastava, General Manager/SCR in presence of Hon’ble MLA/Serlingampalli, Sri A. Gandhi, Hon’ble MLC Sri N. Ramchander, CCM, CSC, CPRO, DRM/SC, ADRM/SC and branch officers of SC div. Members of print and electronic media were present on this occasion in large numbers. The launching was done in a simple ceremony held at Lingampalli Railway station, a prominent station on MMTS network of SC division. The mobile application has been running successfully and has been gaining popularity among MMTS users.

2.Train Escorting: Instead of escorting trains from end to end, vulnerable sections over Secunderabad division are identified and escort parties are being deployed in the vulnerable sections so as to cover maximum number of trains within available staff. The escorts are also deployed on random basis to widen the coverage. After arrival of new constables, the train escorting has been increased by 117%

3.Staff Grievance Redressal: The system of receiving staff grievances through SMS has been started.

4.A Whatsapp platform has been created for vertical and lateral transfer of information, instructions, messages, feedbacks, documents, photos, videos among Sr.DSC, ASCs and IPFs of SC division. This has resulted in quick dissemination of information, constant follow up and improvement in response.

5.An imprest of Rs 10,000/- has been created for occasional hiring of four wheelers by RPF in-charges for conducting raids, searches, checks, transportation of RPF personnel,  accused persons and seized railway property.

6.A move has been undertaken to identify condemnable assets pertaining to modernization of the force and take further action for repair/condemnation based on the reports of the survey committee.

7.A database is being created in respect of eunuchs convicted in previous occasions since 2013. The previous convictions will be connected while submitting charge-sheets in subsequent cases of arrests of eunuchs with a request to the court to award enhanced punishment for subsequent offences.

8.New office of RPF post BDCR has been inaugurated.

9.A new outpost has been created at MLY. The new OP was inaugurated on 22nd April 2015.

10.An exhaustive data base of employees has been prepared and regularly updated at Divisional HQ.

11.A three day behavioural training course for RPF personnel is being organised at RPF barrack KZJ in which RPF staff are being briefed regarding Dos and Don’ts of train escorting, legal provisions needed in course of duty, what to do in case of robbery/dacoity/snatching while on train escorting duty and other topics relevant to day to day discharge of duties of RPF personnel.

12.Barrack imprests have been enhanced from Rs 3000/- to Rs 10000/- and where there was no barrack imprest, a barrack imprest of Rs 5000/- has been created. This will go a long way in improving the house keeping of the barrack.

13.Crime Prevention and Detection Squads (CPDS):

·Special Squad to prevent theft in railway stations of twin cities etc.

·First of this kind on Indian railways and fetched good dividend.

·Intelligence collection, preparation of criminal dossiers and surveillance on MO offenders emphasized.

·Booklet prepared and circulated (copy enclosed).

·During the year 2014, the CPDS team apprehended 22 criminals which led to recovery of 259 gms gold, 12 laptops, 10 cell phones, cash of Rs. 3,12,800/-, all worth Rs.9,85,100/-. During the current year (Upto Oct), the CPDS team apprehended 51 criminals which led to recovery of Rs.9,09,700/-(approx) worth of stolen passenger belongings consisting of gold jewelry,  cell phones and net cash.

·Another plain cloth squad is being deployed in MMTS from time to time against the offence of TOPB. The deployment has given encouraging results.                             

14.Annual range classification is being conducted in four phases restricting the number of firers per day to not more than 60. The firing practice has thus become thorough and purposeful.

15.A child help desk was started on 14.5.2015 at Secunderabad Railway Station in collaboration with NGO “Divya Disha” authorised to operate Child Line 1098 in Secunderabad. During the year-2015 (Upto Oct), 184 children were rescued with the help of RPF/GRP and Divya Disha.

16.Passenger and customer facilitation fortnight:-Passenger and customer facilitation fortnight –“Railyatri/Upbhokta Pakhwada” has been conducted from 26.05.2015  to 09.06.2015 over SC Division. During this period 665 puntuality drives were conducted in trains/platforms and 37 persons were apprehended for pulling alarm chain without reasonable cause and booked cases under section 141 of Railways Act. During this drive, total 1450 persons were fined and revenue of Rs. 5,08,931/- realized during the ticket checking by assistance from RPF. During this drive, total 30 touts were apprehended with seizure of 209 tickets valued RS. 3,72,783/- and registered cases against them under the provisions of Railways Act. Apart from the above, in order to supplement the cleanliness drive of Railway administration, 1864 literers were apprehended and fine of Rs. 3,70,800/- was realized by RPF through commercial staff under Z-652.

17.Working of ISS:Secunderabad and Hyderabad railway stations over Secunderabad division are nominated for implementation of Integrated Security System.  As part of ISS total 30 static and 10 PTZ cameras, 4 under vehicle scanners and 04 luggage scanners were installed at Secunderabad station and 10 static, 5 PTZ cameras and 2 luggage scanners were installed at Hyderabad railway station.  Further, out of 17 BDDS equipment to be supplied, the firm has supplied only 04 equipment and 13 equipments are still due.  The firm has expressed its inability to supply the remaining BBDS equipment and has requested to delink the same and issue of completion certificate to commence warranty period. The matter pertaining to delinking of BDDS items has been accepted by the competent authority. Acceptance certificate in this regard is to be issued by HQRS/SC.

View cutters for 06 baggage scanners has been procured. 

18.Nirbhaya Squad:- Teams of RPF (including women constables) and Commercial Staf (TTEs) are formed for conducting ticket checking as well as providing better security to women passengers in MMTS trains/stations. These teams are also interacting with the women passengers and educating them in security related issues. During the year 2015 (upto Oct), 19,188 persons were apprehended in MMTS trains/stations by Nirbhaya squad for travelling without ticket and realized an amount of Rs. 51,01,879/- as fine.

19.Anti Touting Squad:- Anti touting squad has been formed over Secunderabad Division in order to check the touting activities including e-ticketing. During the year-2015 (upto Oct), the squad has apprehended 122 touts/e-ticketing agents. Their efforts have been widely appreciated by CSC/SCR and other Railway Officials. Due to their efforts they have been nominated for various seminars organized by other Railways including JR/RPF Academy/Lucknow. 

     SECURITY Alert for Ladies

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Source : South Central Railway CMS Team Last Reviewed on: 27-11-2015  


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