Bombay High Court to act against people using coaches reserved for disabled
| Thursday | 26th January, 2017
The court has asked the authority to provide resting areas and benches on the platforms in front of the reserved compartment.
This was after the Central Railway told the court that last year around 53 police personnel were booked for travelling in the reserved compartment.
To create awareness among the commuters about the reserved compartment, Central Railway has been told to hold a special drive, every month at different railway stations.
The Central Railway will also have to install CCTV cameras inside the reserved compartments within eight months.
The court has asked the Central Railway to put up posters at entrance point of stations and other prominent places on the platforms about the reserved compartments.
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