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During checking drive RPF finds vehicles lying in railway premises from several

first_imgNew Delhi: The Delhi division of the Railway Protection Force (RPF), during a checking drive has found several vehicles stranded at parking lots of various railway stations in the city, officials here said. They added that more than 1 lakh such vehicles were screened in three days.Senior Divisional Security Commissioner (Coordination) AN Jha said that they have asked for details about 11 vehicles from the Regional Transport Office. “We also found 10 vehicles which were parked at these spots for several years at the railway premises. These include a car which was standing at one of the parking lots for more than five years. Maximum number of the stranded vehicles were found in Ghaziabad, Old Delhi, and Delhi Cantt,” Jha said, adding that no number plates were found in five of the vehicles. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderAccording to RPF, as many as 128 vehicles were found to be parked for more than five days. Of these vehicles, three bikes were reported stolen. The Northern Railways on Monday released an official statement, saying that the Indian Railways for the first time in its history had conducted an All India operation code-named “Operation Number Plate” from August 9 to August 11 to survey, check and legally dispose the vehicles parked inside railway premises for more than one to five days. The operation was carried out under the direct instruction and supervision of DG RPF Arun Kumar (RPF). Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsAs part of “Operation Number Plate” RPF’s Delhi division conducted secret surveys of such abandoned vehicles at Delhi’s railway stations in the days before the seizure, so that they can prepare to make appropriate security arrangements for the upcoming Independence Day. As many as 95 cases were registered under sections 159 of the Railway Act and Motor Vehicle Act. Sanjay Sankrityayan, IG (RPF) said,” Northern Railways reiterated the commitment of RPF in holistic Railway Security individually and in coordination with other government agencies.” S C Jain (DRM Delhi) stated that such innovating operations help to focus on those less focused areas which sometimes get missed due to priority issues. Jain added that such operations will send a strong message of alertness and boost the confidence of the public.last_img

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