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Faucet missing from the washroom of the AC coach of the train, revealed by the complaint of the passengers… strange story of theft

Nita Yadav

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Tape missing from AC coach of train

Due to scorching heat and rising temperature everyone has a special need for drinking water as well as water for other purposes, especially for tourists. Keeping all these things in mind, the railways has arranged sufficient water in all the trains. But some petty thieves are manipulating this railway system. Because of this, the passengers were facing a lot of trouble due to the theft of taps from the toilets of the railways.

Currently, due to the incidents of pipe theft, there is a lot of commotion in the railway administration. Although the train ticket does not have any special value, but its theft is causing a lot of trouble to the passengers. Passengers complained about this to the railway department in writing and through social media. Following this complaint, RPF was activated, RPF arrested two thieves and a scrap dealer who stole an iron faucet installed in the toilet of an AC coach of an express train at Dildarnagar in Danapur Railway Division. During the enquiry, it was found that on June 20 also, a faucet was stolen from the toilet of the AC coach of Shramjivi Express.

Accused arrested during patrolling

Indeed, the RPF was patrolling the Zamania railway station. Meanwhile, two people got down from the AC coach of the train with bags in their hands, seeing which the police suspected both the persons. Police searched the bags of both the suspects and found four taps and an iron plate in which the taps were fixed. The police have taken both of them into custody and are interrogating them.

Used to sell goods to scrap dealers

During police interrogation, they revealed their names as Santalal alias Narakuli and Deepak Kumar alias Ladu. Accused Santalal is a resident of Fatehpur and Deepak is a resident of Dildarnagar. Both of them used to steal faucets from vehicles plying between Buxar and DDU and sell them to scrap dealers. Police have also registered a case against scrap dealer Shaukat Shah. Currently, the police is investigating the matter.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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