481 fined for ticketless travel
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Pune division of Central Railway caught 481 passengers for travelling without tickets and collected a cumulative penalty of Rs 1.19 lakh from the offenders as part of the drives conducted in November.
During the drives conducted at Pune Station, Shivajinagar, Talegaon, Chinchwad and Uruli Kanchan stations by the ticket checking staff and Government Railway Police, as many as 420 travellers were caught for ticketless travel, 21 were penalised for travelling with inappropriate class ticket and 40 were penalised for travelling with luggage without paying for it.
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