Railway police issues red alert notice to Mumbai stations
Wadala Road- A red alert notice has been issued to all railway stations in Mumbai by the railway police, following repeated incidents of suspicious acts of sabotage on rail premises.
On Thursday, the Bomb Detection and Disposal Squad (BDDS Technical), enlisted the help of the city dog squad and inspected the tracks at Wadala railway station and Sewri railway station.
After the repeated incidents of suspicious acts on the railway tracks and the increasing numbers of accidents, the railway police have issued red alert notices to all railway stations in Mumbai. Railway authorities say they have received tip offs regarding threats to Mumbai local trains from anti-social elements. Under the guidance of Senior Police Inspector, Railway police, IB Sorade BDDS Technical and with the dog squad inspected the tracks and the Wadala railway station and Sewri railway station.
According to the railway police, nothing suspicious was found while inspecting the rail premises, including the foot over bridge and the ticket booking counters.
The inspection was carried out with the help of dog handler Satish Gavkar, Technical police Naik Santosh Adke, Amol Sathe, Constable Amol Pise, Sagar Bhole, Pravin Salaskar and, Woman Constable Yogita Pawar.