Patna: The GRP of Bihar will reach Delhi and monitor long-distance crowded trains. Such a precautionary step has been taken so that the safety of the crowd of passengers coming to Bihar on Deepavali, Chhath festival and not the incident of intoxication takes place. Rail DIG Umashankar Prasad said that the trains coming from Delhi to Bihar increase the rush of passengers on the occasion of Diwali and Chhath festival.
Long-distance trains coming to Saharsa, Katihar, Muzaffarpur, Samastipur, Barauni, Darbhanga, Patna, Jasidih are more crowded. The GRP and RPF are working in coordination by not luring the passengers during the rush to make them a victim of intoxication. Concrete arrangements have been made to prevent the occurrence of intoxication and not to cause a stampede in the train. A separate team of police officers of the rank of seven inspectors of GRP has been formed. The team will be sent to Delhi.
The Railway DIG has said that a team of seven-member inspectors will also be reached at Mughalsarai and Kolkata. The team from Jamalpur will be sent to Jasidih. He said that only after the formation of the team, he has become active in his work. Apart from this, searches have been increased at trains' entry point station Mughalsarai, Patna, Barauni and Katihar stations. The state's GRP including Saharsa has been alerted about the festival.