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Address: Uttar Pradesh 241121, India

Station Code: KAR

Station Name: KARNA

Zone: NR/Northern

Total Unique Trains: 2

Train Frequency Weekly: 14

Station Traffic: Low

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Timely Action of RPF Personnel Helps Nab a Culprit

Billoo Chandok, who fled away with jewellery worth Rs. 9.00 lakh

The timely action and a coordinated response of the Railway Protection Force (RPF) Personnel of SCR who acted in quick time o­n the instructions issued by Shri P.K. Srivastava, General Manager, SCR,  led to the nabbing of a fraudster who fled away with gold jewellery worth Rs. 9.00 lakh from Nanded.

Going into the details, on 01.06.2015, the General Manager received a call from the owner of a Jewellery shop (M/s JP Jewellers, Nanded). from Nanded informing that a person has fled away by by Devagiri Express to Secunderabad, with gold jewellery worth Rs. 9.00 lakh. The General Manager immediately spoke to Chief Security Commissioner, SCR and instructed that all out efforts be made to nab the culprit.  Acting swiftly, the Chief Security Commissioner alerted the RPF at Secunderabad. o­n receipt of information, the photographs of the accused were also secured through whatsApp and the Crime Prevention Detection Squad, o­n duty RPF staff, CCTV monitoring staff swung in to action.

            At about 14.55 hrs, when the train arrived at Secunderabad station o­n platform No.10,   the suspect culprit was found proceeding towards platform No.2 to board Hubli Express. Immediately, he was detained and questioned. During the interrogation, the accused admitted that o­n 30.05.2015, he purchased jewelry   worth Rs. 9.00 Lakh from M/s JP  Jewelers,  Nanded by issuing a cheque knowing the fact that there is no sufficient balance in the said account. He showed the jewelry in his possession to the RPF personnel. The culprit was identified as Billoo R. Chandok, R/o 5th Cross, 2nd stage, Srirampura, Mysore, karnataka.

             M/s JP Jewelers lodged complaint with Local Police, Nanded who took up investigation and sent a team to Secunderabad to take custody of the accused and the jewelry.

(M. Umashankar Kumar)
Chief Public Relations Officer


SCR Holds “Customer Meet” to Analyse and Plan on Freight Traffic Demands for the Financial Year 2015-16

South Central Railway held a “Customer Meet”, o­n the sidelines of the “Passenger and Customer Facilitation Fortnight” Celebrations at Rail Nilayam today i.e, 1st June, 2015. The meet saw the participation of delegates representing various segments of trade and industry which form the bulk freight traffic catered by South Central Railway. Shri Umesh Singh, Additional General Manager, SCR presided over the meeting which was addressed by Shri J.N.Jha, Chief Operations Manager and Shri G.Laxminarayan, Chief Commercial Manager, SCR.


Addressing the meet, Shri J.N.Jha, Chief Operations Manager (COM) highlighted that the customer meet is basically an outreach to discuss, deliberate and decide o­n strategies to attain the target goals set for the Financial Year (FY) 2015-16, taking the bulk freight customers of SCR into confidence. He said that SCR has done extremely well during the previous FY 2014-15, registering an increase of over 9 million tonnes in freight loading. The major increase was in the Coal and Iron ore sector. The most important factor for the record ever freight loading o­n SCR was the enhancement in terms of operational efficiency which led to optimal utilisation of Wagons and Locomotives. He expressed optimising that this year too, SCR will perform well. The COM opined that the Krishnapatnam and Kakinada Ports will continue to generate higher loads of Freight Traffic. He also was confident that new avenues of freight commodities as Late rite will generate sizeable traffic volumes. He was also sure that the Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) will continue to transport higher volumes of Coal o­n SCR.


In his presidential address, Shri Umesh Singh, Additional General Manager, spelt out the fact that SCRs freight loading target for the FY 2015-16 of 128 million tonnes is very challenging and needs the best of efforts to surpass. The customer meet, is going to come out with a concrete plan to achieve the same, and hence can be considered as o­ne step closer towards the mission in sight, he added.


Shri G.Laxminarayan, Chief Commercial Manager dwelt o­n factors which have positioned SCR o­n the Second Position amongst all Zones o­n Indian Railways. It is not that the freight traffic but the Passenger Traffic as well as earnings of SCR which signified performance excellence he stressed. He assured of all co-operation from the Zone to meet the requirements and redress the bottle necks of rail customers, towards enhancing traffic loads.


Speakers representing the Trade & Industry also spoke o­n the occasion and sought availability of rakes and infrastructural facilities to offer increased freight business to Railways. They assured that, enhanced freight commodity transportation through Railways will be planned to the best extent possible. Amongst the organisations represented were SCCL, TS Genco, Karnataka Power Corporation Limited, Food Corporation of India, Container Corporation of India Ltd.        

(M. Umashankar Kumar)
Chief Public Relations Officer


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