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News : RPF Drives Home Safety Message

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Tiruchi, India, Oct, 2019 -- Railway Protection Force of Tiruchi conducted safety and security awareness programmes at The Higher Secondary School for Boys at Srirangam and Urumu Dhanalakshmi Vidyalaya Higher Secondary School-.

A team headed by Inspector Sujit Kumar Roy addressed the students driving home safety measures to be followed while travelling in train.


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The students were told about the RPF Helpline number 182 introduced by the railway administration for the benefit of rail passengers. It recalled the previous security related incidents and about stone pelting on trains and its consequences. The importance of maintaining cleanliness at railway stations and in trains were explained. Pamphlets containing safety-related awareness messages and about RPF Helpline were given to students.

Later, the team conducted a programme at a level crossing gate near Srirangam railway station for road users urging them not to trespass when the gate was closed. They were briefed about RPF Helpline 182.

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Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
Source: https://www.thehindu.com


About Railway Protection Force:
Company LogoThe Railway Protection Force (RPF) is a security force of India entrusted with protecting railway passengers, passenger area and railway property of the Indian Railways The Force is commonly referred as RPF. The Force is under the authority of Ministry of Railways (India). The strength of RPF is about 65,000. RPF is headed by Director General who is usually an Indian Police Service officer.
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