Role of TTEs
1. They do not ask ticket to each and every passenger most of the times.
2. If the passneger is travelling with improper ticket, instead of charging the difference, they are interested in filling their own pockets (bribe).
3. For short route trains, TTEs do not even visit the boggies.
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I respect your comments and thank you for your immediate response especially to Bhooma Mam. Crisis gives rise to wants. If we need a change it cannot be implemented immediately. But, atleast some sincere efforts can be given especially by Railways to control these people and their employees.
Hope you understood my view points.
Good Morning and have a nice day.
If needed lot of things can be discussed,but, coming to a point which is practical and implementing it only would solve problems.
Our intention is not to rob the earning of the vendors,but, to control the unnecessary elements such as beggars, enuch and other anti social elements who take advantage of the confusion created by vendors dumping their wares near the toilets. During the night also you can find persons sleeping near the bathrooms may be they are genuine but who knows. This robs the peaceful sleep of the passengers who literally has to stay awake fearing that his luggage would be robbed.
Vendors who are selling their wares should have proper licence and identity cards with them and should be registered with the Railway Authorities. After all he is making money from the passengers, in case he misbehaves they can be identified and a complaint can be registered with Railways.
The unwanted crowd and vendors who travel long distances use up the water in the bathroom and when we need it water is not there.
Taking all these into considerations me and Mr.Rajesh Singh put our views. Long distance passengers suffer the most.
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