Railways earned crores of rupees from ticketless passengers
Railways earned crores of rupees from ticketless passengers

Mumbai: The Mumbai Division of Western Railway has achieved a major success with ticket checking. The Western Railway has recovered Rs 12.24 crore from the ticket checking drive in the month of May. According to the western railway, this is a new record since the establishment of Mumbai central division. Sumit Thakur, Chief Public Relations Officer, Mumbai Division, Western Railway, said that a regular ticket checking drive is being carried out to ban unauthorised travel. This is a record performance of recovery by the Mumbai division since its inception. The Western Railway has made history.

According to the Railways, this is the highest amount collected by the Indian Railways in the month of May, which is a milestone-like success. Because it is 871 per cent higher than the target set for the month of May 2022 at 1.26 crore, which is an incredible increase. The current penalty collected is 30 per cent more than the previous best record of Rs 9.4 crore.

Sumit Thakur further said that the total revenue for the months of April and May 2022 was 21.65 crore which is 821 per cent higher than the cumulative revenue of Rs 2.35 crore last year. Which is once again the highest ever revenue. The total cumulative revenue for both months is also 62.2 per cent higher than the cumulative target of Rs 3 crore. Western Railway has also urged the general public to travel with proper and valid tickets to avoid inconvenience. In addition, keep your identity card with you. The Western Railway has also intensified the drive against touts.

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