Two pose as fake railway officials for free travel in Delhi, arrested | Delhi News - Times of India
Representative imageNEW DELHI: Two men posing as railway officials to travel for free in trains were arrested from Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station on Friday. Tickets...
- Aug 16, 2020
NEW DELHI: Two men posing as railway officials to travel for free in trains were arrested from Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station on Friday.
Tickets and identity cards of passengers were being checked at Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station in view of the Independence Day. Two passengers, who were stopped for checking, said they were railway officials and tried to enter the station to board the Golden Temple Express. However, when cops questioned them they could not show valid ID cards, said Harendra K Singh, DCP, Railways.
Police said the accused have been identified as Martand Rubab Kamble (21) and Omkar Bairagi Waghmode (20).
During questioning, Kamble told police that he earlier worked with a railway vendor in a cyber café and was aware of railway operations and how he could disguise as an employee and travel for free. He later made fake railway employee ID card and started travelling without buying tickets. Both confessed of using fake IDs for free railway journey.
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