New Delhi: Incidents of train theft and robbery are increasing in the national capital Delhi. RPF has constituted a special team to check these incidents. Due to the vigilance of this team, a cynical thief who was caught red-handed was trying to escape after stealing the luggage of a passenger from a train coach. RPF caught him on the platform before he could succeed in his plans.
A senior RPF official said the special team was formed, which was asked to monitor CCTV with patrolling on the platform at all times, as the graph of crime increased exponentially. On September 13, SHO Bhupendra Singh of New Delhi railway station was alerted by constable Vishram Lal that a person looked suspicious in CCTV. SHO Bhupendra Singh instructed the CCTV staff to keep a close watch on the suspected youth.
The RPF, tracking this person with CCTV cameras, noticed that as soon as the train left Jammu Rajdhani from the platform, at the same time, the suspect jumped from the moving train carrying a bag. The RPF staff then stopped him. When he was asked about the bag, he could not answer properly. During interrogation, he confessed that he stole these bags from the coach of the train. After that, the owner of the stolen bag gave a complaint and the case has been arrested and the accused has been arrested. In the police records, this accused, whose name is Abdul Kalam, has gone to jail on the charge of theft six times before.