Faucets And Pipe Fittings Stolen From Mumbai’s CSMT Station, Railways Reply

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Taps And Pipe Fittings Stolen From Mumbai's CSMT Station, Railways Respond

The faucets might be seen lacking on wash basins.

A couple of days after the Central Railway of the Mumbai Division shared that that they had put in “state-of-the-art” services at the bathroom facility at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, a consumer acknowledged that they discovered faucets and pipe fittings “stolen”. 

The incident was delivered to mild by Mumbai Issues on X (previously Twitter). Within the footage shared on social media, one can discover the faucets lacking on wash basins and water pipes lacking from urinals. 

“Expensive @drmmumbaicr  @RailMinIndia Faucets & pipe fittings on the “State of the Artwork Rest room” at CSMT being systematically stolen by the employees. @GM_CRly take a look at throughout one in every of your “Shock” visits. Bear in mind Mumbai Madgaon Tejas categorical, employees was caught stealing the fittings,” the consumer mentioned within the caption.

This caught the eye of Mumbai Division- Central Railway who responded to the put up and mentioned that the matter has been escalated to the involved officers. “Inconvenience regretted, the matter escalated to the involved official,” they added.

Final 12 months, it was found that over two kilometres of deserted railway tracks value crores of rupees had been stolen and offered to scrap retailers within the Madhubani space of Bihar, reportedly with the assistance of Railway Safety Power (RPF) officers. Two personnel have been suspended.

In the meantime, in 2022, a whole diesel engine was stolen half by half from a railway yard in Bihar’s Begusarai district, police mentioned. The Railways mentioned that seven individuals had been arrested in reference to the theft of spare elements of an engine from a yard in Bihar and “95 per cent of the stolen objects have been recovered”.

East Central Railway’s Chief Public Relations Officer Birendra Kumar issued a press release to the impact and clarified “no tunnel had been dug” by the “petty thieves” near the yard in Barauni although he mentioned they “might need sneaked via enormous cracks within the decrepit boundary wall”.

The CPRO additionally insisted that the reported “stealth of a whole diesel engine” was “not humanly attainable” and the thieves had decamped with “copper cable of a traction motor inside”.





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