When will commuters’ woes end?


Titwala - These are the commuters from Titwala who came out on track after losing their patience. They asked why morning local trains run late regularly. They were not getting replies to their queries which ultimately resulted in the form of an agitation. Vivekanand Kanetkar, local representative of K3 Railway Commuters Association, angrily said, “We don’t want this problem on regular basis. Whatever decision has to be taken, it must be taken though if our day is lost.” The railway authorities gave a written assurance to the commuters that action would be taken against employees responsible for today’s incident and who were on duty on Wednesday morning. Efforts will be taken to run local trains as per schedule and if required commuters would be allowed to travel in mail and express trains. The railway authorities will have to keep their assurance as already troubled commuters may resort to another such agitation if conditions are not improved.