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Kolkata, November 20, 2022

Railway Protection Force (RPF)/Eastern Railway plays a pro-active role to provide all-round security o­n 24x7 basis to the rail users ranging from rescuing teenage boys & girls, arresting touts, recovering narcotics, unaccounted cash and left-behind bags. They have also made commendable works to extend guidance & assistance to the rail users besides their task of ensuring security to the passengers.

1.On 18.11.2022, under “Operation Nanhe Farishte”, officials of RPF Post/Asansol (West) rescued o­ne teenage boy who was roaming aimlessly at Asansol Railway Station. o­n enquiry, it was found that he fled away from home due to family discord and was handed over to Child Line/Asansol under due documentation for further disposal.  o­n the same day, officials of RPF Post/Saktigarh rescued o­ne minor boy from Saktigarh Railway Station. He mistakenly came at Saktigarh Railway Station and was also handed over to Child Line/Barddhaman under due documentation for further disposal.  

2.On 18.11.2022, under “Operation Mahila Suraksha”, officials of RPF/ER arrested 31 persons who were travelling in compartment reserved for Ladies and they were prosecuted under the provision of Railway Act.

3.On 18.11.2022, under “Operation Satark”, officials of RPF Post/Howrah (North) arrested a male person who was carrying a bag in a suspicious manner at PF No. 09 of Howrah Railway Station and recovered Cash ₹ 3520000/- from his possession. The arrested person with recovered Cash was handed over to Income Tax Department/Kolkata under due documentation for further disposal.

4.On 18.11.2022 under “Operation Amanat”, acting o­n information through Rail Madad, officials of RPF Post/Sealdah (Main) retrieved a left behind bag containing a mobile and medicines total valued ₹ 50000/- from Train No. 03196 DN (Lalgola-Sealdah Local) at Sealdah Railway Station. The retrieved bag was handed over to its owner after proper verification & documentation. o­n 19.11.2022, under the same operation, acting o­n information of Security Control /Howrah through Rail Madad, officials of RPF Post Howrah South retrieved a left behind bag containing o­ne Laptop of HP company with charger, o­ne hard disk, o­ne Mobile Phone of Apple Company, some valuable documents total valued Rs. 130000/- from train No. 12246 UP (Howrah-Duranto Express) at Howrah Railway Station. The recovered items were handed over to the rightful owner after proper verification & documentation.

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