The RPF’s particular group, throughout it’s anti-crime surveillance patrolling, had rounded up 25-year-old Motihur Sheikh from platform #1 following his uncertain actions. During interrogation, Sheikh claimed to have admitted having stolen 5 cell phone handsets, one purse and a few belongings from completely different passengers whereas they have been asleep at normal ready room or exterior the reserving workplace.
Later, CCTV footage of the cameras put in at normal ready corridor and in addition exterior reserving counters confirmed Sheikh’s involvement behind the thefts. He was later handed over to the Government railway Police (GRP). It is learnt that Sheikh, a local of West Bengal, had come to metropolis to work as labourer at a Mahametro building web site. He had later determined to steal belongings of the passengers at Nagpur railway station after teaming up with some auto-rickshaw drivers.
Sr DSC Satija stated the particular group has been shaped with 16 members below an officer to make the Nagpur railway station a crime-free zone. “There were frequent incidences of crimes being reported at the Nagpur railway station. We are now trying to set the goal on daily basis for the special squad to prevent any type of crime and bring it down to zero,” he stated.
Apart from having rounded up Sheikh, the particular squad comprising constables Vikas Sharma and Vivek Kanojia seized 100 bottles of country-made liquor, value round Rs2,600, from platform quantity 2 after they have been present in an deserted sack. RPF’s newest motion on unlawful transportation of liquor took the numbers of such instances to nearly one dozen in seven days.
The RPF, in one more motion earlier within the day, nabbed one particular person, recognized as Rajivsingh Udaysingh, with possession of round 16,000 peacock feathers from platform quantity 3. He was later handed over to the forest division.