Mumbai: A day after, RPF, GRP personnel deployed to manage crowd
| Saturday | 16th March, 2019
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Nearly 80 long distance trains terminate and originate from the station and 8 to 10 lakh people enter the CSMT station daily.
Sunil Udasi, Chief Public Relations Officer, Central Railway, said that in order to manage the crowd security personnel from RPF, GRP and CR’s commercial department were deployed at the railway station and passengers were advised to use the alternative entry and exit points during peak hours.
Of these nearly 1,100 services originate and terminate at the CSMT station.
“There was no hold up of railway traffic as the structure (Himalaya bridge) is outside railway premises,” he said.
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