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Blog Posts by jameel ahmed
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Jul 15 2010 (11:26)   16351/Mumbai CST - Nagercoil Balaji Express (PT)

jameel ahmed   1 blog posts
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As I were travelling in Train No:6351/Balaji Express in(PNR:814-4537678) SL S9/19(WGSCN00280), on July 06th, 2010. I have observed an incovenience/trouble/hurt/ashameness/discrimination/ scolding, to a Co-passenger (an Adolecent Girl-22years)(PNR:853-1803825) SL S9/7 & 8- who travelled in the same carriage, by a RPF Mr.R.K.Vadak.
The incident was as follows: The train was running/nearing towards Pune, 30 minutes before this had happened. While passenger was travelling/sitting in her berth, a RPF came & suddenly scolded towards that Girl (sitting in S9/7) & told that she have to take out her luggage & move to some other berth, because he (RPF) have to be in that berth(S9/7) & whole the night he have to look after the passengers safety. When the Girl asked him, why she
have to getout of that berth, as she is a confirmed passenger in that berth (by showing the ticket). Then the RPF was shouting, " Don't show me that, I don't care, even, if you complaint about this to the DCP too. Shut your mouth". We, the other passengers couldn't accept this quarrel & oppossed that RPF(R.K.Vadak), not to sit in that berth. I was shouting to call the TTE. Finally the TTE came, we asked them "what is this sir, how can't travel, a confirmed berth passenger. This is out of the way, I will put in the Rail Blog. After that the TTE told, "The RPF has given only the berth S9/71, mistakenly he understood as S9/7. At the moment itself the RPF(R.K.Vadak), asked that girl to excuse him for his words & the hurt made by him. I warned him, as a Public Servent, he has not to act like this as a Public Servent. The RPF has to be friendly, with politeness, softness & rightfulness, to help the Public, not hurt or injure. The girl was totally threatened & feared by this incident.
Hence, this my duty & service as a Social Activist, had the courage to asked for the "Claim for the Right". The Rail People & the Public too, must follow the "Qualities of the Human being " and also beware & aware of "The Human Rights".

Jul 15 2010 (11:32)
Manoj Garhwal~   14320 blog posts   14689 correct pred (63% accurate)
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An eye opening incident. I have heard and seen these attrocities by the RPF personnel but not to a girl, having reserved seats.
Someone should have official lodged a complaint during the journey or at a nearby station with all the details. As u said there were lots of witnesses.
Respect for public servant is lost as they do not respect common people.

Jul 15 2010 (11:36)
dhetul   1255 blog posts   155 correct pred (65% accurate)
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Good job done Mr. Jameel. If we seat quiet & don't argue with them then they are do this type act with anyone & anytime.
I suggest you all. If you know the rules then don't keep quiet. Fight with them for your rights.

Jul 15 2010 (11:45)
Guest: 83f21242   show all posts
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Hi MR i did a greate job

Jul 15 2010 (12:19)
HARE KRISHNA TRAVELS SERVICES   16 blog posts   6 correct pred (100% accurate)
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I too agree and appreciate Mr Jameel initiative to take necessary action. This incidents occur lots of inconvenience to passengers. It should be brought in notice to higher railway authorities. I will appreciate railway if they take some necessary action on that RPF Constable. He should know how to talk and behave with ladies.
Thanks and Regards
Vimlesh Kumar
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