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Address: Solan Railway Station, Solan, Himachal Pradesh 173212, India

Station Code: SOL)SOLA

Station Name: SOL)SOLAN

Zone: NR/Northern

Total Unique Trains: 6

Train Frequency Weekly: 37

Station Traffic: Low

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52457KLK SML PASS06:0706:092M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUFC,GN
52458SML KLK PASS17:2517:272M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUFC,2S,GN
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Railway Protection Force, Ticket Checking staff, GRP, MSF & Station Staff – The life savers of Mumbai Commuters

Central RailwayPress Release Railway Protection Force, Ticket Checking staff, GRP, MSF &  Station Staff  – The life savers of Mumbai Commuters Covid or Non-Covid Times, Railway Protection Force personnel are always in the forefront and keep a round the clock vigil in safeguarding not o­nly railway properties but also saves hundreds of lives of the Mumbai rail commuters. Central Railway RPF personnel, Ticket Checking Staff, Maharashtra Security Personnel, Government Railway Police & Station Staff while being alert have saved 13 lives so far in 2020 and 21 valuable lives of men and women were saved in the year 2019, at times even risking their own life over Mumbai suburban system. Visuals of some of the life saving incidences where very popular in Print & Electronic Media and spread viral o­n social media.  These soldiers of the Railway Protection Force face diverse security challenges such as crime against passengers and railway properties, extremist violence, obstruction to train movement due to agitations and flash protests by commuters, rescuing missing children and seizing narcotics in trains and railway premises. Amidst all this they keep a close watch o­n the safety of passengers. The alert RPF in most cases, saves the lives of passengers, who are sometimes negligent and face danger while boarding or alighting running trains, at times lives are saved while attempting suicide due to various personal reasons. But in the end, this act of saviours creates jubilation, happiness and the gratitude beyond words towards the RPF personnel.   In this year 2020, over the Mumbai Suburban network, thus far out of 13 lives saved, 6 cases were saved at Kalyan station, most of them were saved boarding or de-boarding the long distance trains. Last year in 2019, out of 21 lives saved, 7 were saved at Dadar station and 2 each at Byculla, Kurla, Kalyan and Karjat stations.  Recently o­n 27.11.2020, morning at 9.05 am, Assistant Inspector, RPF, Mr Vijay Solanki while performing his duty at Kalyan Station saw a lady passenger, resident of Kalyan, Mrs. Soni Govinda while trying to board a running train fallen between the train and the platform. Alert inspector Mr. Solanki ran and immediately pulled her out, saving her from an imminent death o­n the tracks. Mrs Soni was to travel to Bangaluru along with her husband and child.  In an another incident, Lady RPF Assistant Inspector, Ms. Pinky Kumari while monitoring the passenger movement at Kalyan station o­n 21.10.2020 saw a passenger trying to board a running train. Ms. Pinky tried to dissuade him from boarding the train but he leaped, lost balance and fell in-between the train and the platform. Ms. Pinky with the help of another passenger pulled him out and saved his precious life.  Every day, these brave soldiers contribute to the safety of the commuters, while there is no dearth of freak accidents, sometimes people are lucky enough to be surrounded by courageous soldiers of the Railway Protection Force. In a common man’s word, this Godly saviour’s presence at the right time, vigilant & courageous act continue to save many lives every day.--- --- —Date: December 8, 2020PR No.2020/12/25This press release is issued by the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai.

(Shivaji Sutar)
Chief Public Relations Officer



Western Railway and IRCTC are providing their valuable servicesunder "Mission Food Distribution" to needy persons, continuously during this toughest time of COVID 19 pandemic for last 40 days. Distribution of  food packets is under way to the needy, poor and homeless  people o­n daily basis with the help of  commercial & RPF staff and several NGOs. Community Bhojan made at the IRCTC's base kitchen at   Mumbai Central & Ahmedabad has been prepared & distributed to the most helpless in their darkest hour. In last 40 days, 4.90 lakh needy persons have been benefittted through this joint Mission Food Distribution.

      According to a press release, issued by Shri Ravinder Bhakar- Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Rly, this joint Mission Food Distribution hasentered in its 40th day o­n 7th May, 2020, as it was started o­n 29th March, 2020. In last 40 days during lockdown, total 4.90 lakh  food packets have been distributed in all 6 divisions of Western Rly, to various needy &  helpless persons. Out of this, a major share of  2.50 lakh food packets, has been provided by West Zone of IRCTC from its base kitchens at Mumbai Central & Ahmedabad.  Staff of Western Railway from  commercial, RPF & other departments with the help of IRCTC, have worked actively, since 29th March, 2020 to provide hot cooked meals to needy persons, during the lockdown due to COVID-19. While delivering the food to needy persons, necessary aspects of social distancing and hygiene  are being ensured minutely by all concerned. In continuation to this, o­n 7th May , 2020, total 7725  food packets were distributed over six divisions of  W.Rly. In addition to IRCTC's community food, Mumbai Central division's commercial staff distributed 1290 meal packets through various NGOs at different places over Mumbai Division, while in Ahmedabad division, 3425 food packets were distributed  other than  IRCTC.      Under DRM  Benevolent  Fund and the Ayush Mantralaya's guidance,  Ayurvedic  Dr. Shri Umesh Solanki and Homeopathic Dr. Shri Rajesh Modi from Ahmedabad  Division distributed 124 packets of ayurvedic medicines and 110packets of Homeopathic medicines to 140 employees, which will benefit to their 480 family members. Vadodara  division   distributed 1500 food packets  through Akshay Patra Foundation in Vadodara city. In addition to this , Veg. Pulao packets served to approx 150 persons at Nadiad Goods shed and poor persons in nearby area with the help of NGO. 100  food packets were distributed by W.Rly's local staff and NGOs at Bhavnagar and Vartej  stations . 155  meal packets were distributed by Rajkot division at Jamnagar, Surendra Nagar, Wankaner and Hapa with the help of  Sai Seva Trust , Jalaram Seva Trust and Reliance Industries Ltd.  205  food packets were distributed at different stations over Ratlam division. Jain Sangh of Vapi distributed  50food packets to housekeeping staff, parcel loaders and other o­n duty staff at Vapi station. . WR's commercial staff also distributed food packets near Charni Road & Matunga Road stations. Since 24th march, 20  to till date Andheri Rly Colony society of  Western Rly, has distributed 352 Tiffins to the essential service workers including RPF., GRP, Station Master etc. working  near Andheri Rly station . They will continue this noble deed, till lockdown is not lifted.



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