Meghalaya CS take up with the Chairman Railway Board for protection of NE Citizens

Shillong, May 24: Upon learning of the unfortunate incident involving the people of Meghalaya in a special train bound for Guwahati from Gurugram, when a groups of people forcibly boarded the train at Danapur station in Bihar, the Government of Meghalaya through the Chief Secretary and DGP took up the matter in right earnest with their counterparts in Bihar as well as in New Delhi.

The Chief Secretary Mr MS Rao took up the matter with the Chairman of the Railway Board seeking immediate intervention and protection for the citizens of not only Meghalaya and but other NE States as well who are traveling in the same train.

Meghalaya DGP, Mr  R Chandranathan also swung into action and spoke to his counterpart in Bihar as well as the DG of Railway Protection Force seeking immediate intervention. Meghalaya Police Nodal Officer Shri Dalton Marak, DIG also pursued the matter with his counterpart in Bihar.

Both the top officials of the State sought enhanced security measures for travelers passing through Bihar and also an assurance that such incidents will not occur again.

“As of now, the train has exited Bihar with the RPF (Railway Protection Force) escorting it and now it crossing West Bengal before entering Assam,” Chief Secretary MS Rao informed over telephone on Sunday evening while wishing everybody a safe journey.

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