RPF, Gaya conducted Awareness campaign for passengers at different locations as well as all railway platformsWritten By Suresh Nikhar | Published on Oct 23, 2022, 20:49 IST | 1666538346231GAYA(Bihar): RPF, Gaya unit conducted an awareness campaign for passenger safety at Gaya railway station through loud halters here on Sunday. During this, RPF Sub-Inspector Javed Iqbal said that RPF is always ready for the safety of Indian railways passengers. He said that during the journey, female and male passengers should take care of many things from the point of view of safety.In which told about not crossing the railway track, not talking to the mobile by standing at the door of the train, not crossing the closed railway gate, using the foot over bridge at the station, added Javed Iqbal.RPF Sub Inspector Zaved Iqbal said that male passengers should not travel in women's bogie. If women face any problem during the journey, then immediately inform the helpline number 139.
He also that the passengers traveling by railways often make such mistake many times, for which they have to pay a heavy price. Many people have lost their lives while crossing the railway track, as well as talking on the phone while standing at the gate in the train has become very common, due to which accidents often happen.An awareness campaign was launched to stop such type habits. Apart from this, if unclaimed items are found in the station premises, inform the RPF and GRP, so that timely action can be taken.Passengers were also made aware about human trafficking, drug abuse, prevention of crime in moving trains. RPF Sub-Inspector said that the passenger should be aware so that your own destination can reach the place safely.During this, women Sub Inspector Punam Kumari, ASI Ramshewak, ASI Jitendra Kumar, ASI and other forces were present.