In view of competition season, the Railway Safety Drive (RPF) of the Bengaluru Division on Friday launched ‘Meri Saheli’ or ‘Nanna Sakhi’ initiative for the safety of girls passengers in trains.
“An initiative of RPF, the technique entails interplay with woman passengers particularly these travelling alone by a staff of younger woman RPF personnel on the originating station. These woman passengers are briefed about all precautions to be taken throughout the journey and informed to dial 182 in case they face or see any downside within the coach,” based on an official assertion.
The RPF staff will accumulate the seat numbers of the women and convey them to stoppages en-route. The platform obligation RPF personnel on the stopping stations en-route will hold watch over the involved coaches and berths and if the necessity arises, they may work together with the woman passengers.
The RPF groups will accumulate the suggestions from the recognized woman passengers on the vacation spot level. The suggestions is then analysed and corrective motion will likely be taken accordingly. If some misery name comes from a practice coated below the ‘Meri Saheli’ initiative, the disposal of the decision will likely be monitored on the degree of senior officers.