Think twice before vandalising Indian Railways’ property! In a stern measure to deter nuisance-makers from damaging its valuable property, the national transporter has decided to make recovery from the perpetrators who vandalised railway property worth Rs 80 crore during anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protests in December 2019, according to a PTI report. Providing details on the magnitude of damage caused to Indian Railways property during anti-CAA protests, Railway Board Chairman Vinod Kumar Yadav said that there has been a loss to India Railways worth Rs 80 crore.
Out of the total Rs 80 crore, the Eastern Railway suffered the most with damage worth Rs 70 crore. The Northeast Frontier Railway endured a loss of Rs 10 crore. Read More