A shameful incident took place on Sunday night in the Akal Takht Express train going from Amritsar to Kolkata in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh. The TTE present in the train had urinated on the head of a woman. Now, taking action on this matter, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has ordered to remove TTE from the job with immediate effect.
Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has ordered the accused TTE to be fired from the job with immediate effect, saying that such an incident will not be tolerated at all.
A notice has been issued by the Northern Railway saying that TTE Munna Kumar had urinated on the head of a woman traveling in the train late on Sunday night. Your behavior has been disrespectful towards women, due to which the reputation of not only you but of the entire Railway has been tarnished. Taking cognizance of this serious matter, you are being removed from the job with immediate effect.
TTE Munna Kumar had urinated on the head of a woman traveling with her husband in the train. When the woman raised an alarm, her husband and other passengers present there caught the TTE. After this he was handed over to Lucknow GRP. TTE has been sent to judicial custody.
According to the information received, Rajesh was traveling with his wife in A-1 coach of Akal Takht Express. At 12 midnight, his wife was sleeping on her seat, when TTE Munna Kumar, posted in Saharanpur, urinated on her head. On making noise, the passengers gathered and caught the TTE.
It is being told that during this time the passengers thrashed the TTE. The TTE was drunk and had urinated. GRP CO Sanjeev Nath Sinha told that through RPF control room and Twitter, information was received at midnight the day before yesterday that a couple was coming from Bihar and before reaching Charbagh railway station, a TT named Munna Kumar cast doubt on them. After which the GRP police immediately reached Charbagh station.
GRP CO Sanjeev Nath Sinha told that the victim couple was attended, along with the accused TT was brought down from the train and a case was registered under the relevant sections on the complaint of the plaintiff. CO Sanjeev Nath Sinha further informed that a case has been registered against TT under sections 352, 354 (A) and 509 of IPC.
Earlier, the incident of urinating in the plane had come to the fore. In a flight coming from New York to Delhi, a passenger urinated under the influence of alcohol. Delhi Police has registered the case. The incident took place on American Airlines flight AA292. The flight landed at Delhi airport at 9.50 am on Saturday morning.
Sources associated with the airport told the news agency that the accused was very drunk and he urinated while sleeping. The urine came on the passenger sitting next to him, who complained about it to the crew. According to the Civil Aviation Rules, if a passenger is found guilty of misbehaviour, then the flight can be banned on the basis of his crime.