Mobbing of Trains
My family travels frequently by train in north India and just the thought of the train getting mobbed gives me nightmares. Has happened once in the past. Its scary.
I want to know Mr. Railway Minister, what is your level of preparedness to save trains from getting mobbed. Or will GRP also operate like Delhi Police??
If so, should we stop travelling by trains? more
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On Thu, Feb 27, 2020 at 12:51 AM Nirmala Chauhan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Every citizen is to abide by law. If some take law into their own hands, and those who abide
by law are those unarmed. Can the unarmed block the armed goons. If this is applicable to
asmall office or organisation and cannot be prevented the mobbing and arson or riot is also not preventable by the Government. When a alert citizen notices suspicious persons creating hatred, he/she should inform police to exercise vigil and start patroling. This is not to say that this is something that is optional, It should be mandatory and law. Just as in a family, the elderly person corrects anerrant child using abusive words, the citizen too has to do his part of duty to prevent things out of hand. There is not point in blaming the minister or Police. Each citizen must be a Police to himself and Police to Others. When a neighbour is abused, we shut the door and leave the matter to the quarelling ones to settle scores.
In trains too, some daily passenger gangs enter reserved compartme3ntrs and occupy seats of reserved passengers. The passenger in the next seat or bay does not even raise an eybrow for such unlawful occupation. Have you known that the Chain can be pulled if there is an intruder in a reserved compartment, so that the concerned people come to enquire as to what has gone wrong.
When as a passenger or citizen we do not do what is apt and intime, things go out of control.
Raghavan AVS more