Women robbed on Rajdhani, but no cops to help them, TTE drunk

Written By Unknown on Jumat, 08 Agustus 2014 | 22.23

MUMBAI: Two women's journey on board Rajdhani Express from Delhi to Mumbai turned nightmarish on Thursday as their purses, with cards and valuables inside, were found stolen.

To their disbelief, there were no RPF men on the train, the train superintendent was seemingly intoxicated and, at their journey's end, the station master at Mumbai Central refused to act against the superintendent.

The women — Satya Rajmohan (45) and Neeta Bokaria (51) — eventually went with their complaint to the GRP, which registered an FIR for theft. After they separately approached the RPF, train superintendent Sunilkumar Parihar was booked for allegedly being inebriated on duty and was later suspended by WR.

"There was no sign of an RPF patrol on the Rajdhani. If this is the state of an important long-distance train like Rajdhani, I shudder to think of the plight of suburban train commuters," Satya, a pilot, said.

Of all the things in her stolen purse, Satya is desperate to get back a pen drive that holds her mother's medical documents.

"My mother is in a Delhi hospital and I wanted to show her medical papers to a cardiologist in Mumbai. The papers are valuable to me. I had asked the conservancy staff to check if my purse had been discarded in a garbage bin, but in vain," she said. Satya realized the theft around 5.30am on Thurs day as the train reached Surat. Her purse, which she had kept under the pillow before going to asleep, was missing. On asking around, she realized three other travellers' belongings too had been stolen, but none had raised an alarm.

"We began looking for the ticket checker or attendant," she said.

Parihar was found in the adjacent coach — "drunk". "He apologized but did not give me the complaint book. At 9am, the train reached Mumbai Central and I went to the station master. His attitude was no different. Some railway staffers told me `thefts happen all the time, it's no big deal," said Satya.

Eventually , Satya and Bokaria went to the Mumbai Central GRP and an FIR was lodged. Satya's case was transferred to the Surat GRP and Bokaria's to the Ratlam GRP since Bokaria had realized the theft of her purse around 1.30am when the train was at Ratlam. Satya's purse had Rs 38,000 cash, among other things, while Bokaria's contained Rs 35,000 cash.

The Mumbai Central RPF lodged a complaint against Parihar. He was booked under section 172 of the Railway Act and sent for a medical test; the result is awaited. WR officials said a breath analysis of Parihar tested negative for liquor.

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