An official from the RPF said, "When a lady constable was videographing the coach, Gangurde tried to stop her.
"OFFENDER CRIES FOULAfter paying up the fine, Gangurde tried to play victim.
She lodged a complaint with the railways saying the coaches do not have any signage indicating that the compartment is for women commuters.
They would block space saying the coach was for pass holders," said Chandak, 52.The group's trouble began when a team of woman cops boarded the coach on June 7 to verify the allegations.
"The women were then summons directing them to present before the RPF.
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