LUCKNOW/PATNA: In a shocking incident, a drunk Travel Ticket Examiner (TTE) allegedly urinated on a woman’s head in the A1 coach of Akal Takht Express on Sunday midnight. The train was going from Amritsar to Kolkata when the incident took place. The woman was travelling with her husband Rajesh Kumar, both hailing from Amritsar.
According to a Government Railway Police (GRP) official, the passengers gathered around hearing the noise from the woman and got hold of the drunk TTE, identified as Munna Kumar, a resident of Bihar. The TTE was then handed over to the GRP when the train reached Charbagh Railway station in Lucknow on Monday.
The GRP official further stated that the accused TTE was sent to judicial custody after being arrested. The incident has left the passengers in shock and has raised questions about the safety of women travelling on trains.
The incident highlights the urgent need for strict action against those who commit such heinous acts. The railway authorities must take all necessary measures to ensure the safety and security of passengers, especially women, during their journey. It is also important to conduct thorough background checks of railway staff, including TTEs, to prevent such incidents from happening in the future.
The passengers who gathered around to help the woman are being praised for their quick action in apprehending the accused. It is important for all passengers to be vigilant and report any suspicious behavior to the authorities immediately to prevent such incidents from happening in the future.