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Posted: Sep 07 2016 (19:33)
Last Response: Sep 07 2016 (19:33)
Other NewsWR/Western -Aug 30 2016 (15:44) RPF plans 3 new outposts to cut crime
Jayashree ❖ Amita*^ 38932 news posts
Alarmed by an average of 25 mobile phone thefts a day at Nalasopara station, the Railway Protection Force (RPF) for Western Railway has decided to set-up and an outpost there with a staff of 39 — including an inspector and a sub-inspector.
Besides Nalasopara, Malad — for Malad and Goregaon — and Mumbai Central stations too will have dedicated outposts with 38 and 56 personnel to rein in crime, including pickpocketing , chain-snatching and petty thefts, and reduce unnecessary chain-pulling.
All three railway outposts will be functional from September 1.
Sep 07 2016 (19:33)
ritzraj 642 blog posts
that's a good decision specially for the commuters of nala sopara. This station is notorious for mobile thefts. I have myself seen couple of thefts in first class coach during peak hours.
I think maximum numbers of chain pulling incidents also happen on this station.
Nala sopara would soon become the most crowded station on the WR owing to shifting of people in this area since it offers affordable housing option.
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