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Passing out Parade of 2nd batch of 248 lady constable recruits of RPF organised


North Central Railway


Public Relations



No. 11PR/12/2020                        Press ReleaseDate: 07.12.20


Passing out Parade of 2nd batch of 248 lady constable recruits of RPF organised


ADG RPF Dr. Anoop Shrivastava inspected the parade and expressed hope for a safer rail travel environment for women passengers


On 07.12.2020, passing out parade of 2nd batch of 248 lady constable recruits of Railway Protection Force organised at zonal training centre Subedarganj. The passing out parade of the 2nd batch of zonal training institute and first lady batchof 248 constable recruits of RPF was organised on 07.12.2020 in the gracious presence of Additional Director General, Railway Protection Force Dr. Anoop Shrivastava at RPF Zonal Training Centre Subedarganj Prayagraj. o­n this occasion, a total of 248 lady constable recruits , including 19 of North Central Railway, 59 of Central Railway, 97 of Northern Railway, 02 of North Eastern Railway, 22 of North Western Railway, 47 of Western Railway and 03 of West Central Railwaysuccessfully completed 09 months rigorous training program and formally became part of the Railway Protection Force by taking part in the passing out parade.


On this occasion, Additional Director General, Railway Protection Force Dr. Anoop Shrivastava inspected the parade of lady recruits and took the salute. All 248 trainees were also sworn-in o­n the occasion. The commander of the parade was Ms. Anita Ola and led the passing out trainees in 08 Platoons (Platoon-1 Commander – Trainee Mohini Yadav, Platoon-2 Commander-Trainee Sonia, Platoon-3 Commander - Trainee Khushboo, Platoon-4 Commander - Trainee Suman Kuntal, Platoon-5 Commander - Trainee K. Nirmala, Platoon-6 Commander- Trainee Madhu Kumari, Platoon-7 Commander- Trainee Seema Bandewar and Platoon-8 Commander - Trainee Chinu Nagar. During the function organised at zonal training institute, ADG RPF also honoured trainees Ms. Nirmala, Ms. Sangeeta Natwaria, Ms.Priyanka Rana and Ms. Anita Ola for their outstanding performance in training program. Addressing o­n this occasion, Additional Director General congratulated all trainees as well as officials ofRPF zonaltraining centre Subedarganj for successful conduct of training program despite o­ngoing Covid-19 challenges.He also said that formal induction of these lady RPF personnel in protection force will strengthen security arrangements and women passengers will get a more secure travel environment. Dr. Srivastava wished successful future to all RPF recruits and motivated them to discharge their responsibilities sincerely.


Principal Chief Safety Commissioner North Central Railway Shri Ravindra Verma, Divisional Railway Manager Prayagraj Shri Mohit Chandra, Principal head of departments of North Central Railway, Principal zonal Railway Protection Force Training Centre Shri Sanjay Pise and other officials were also present in this passing out function The program was conducted by RPF Inspector Ms. Suruchi Sharma and Inspector Shri Anil Dubey.


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


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