New Delhi: Two employees of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) were caught selling and recharging metro smart cards illegally. Apart from taking departmental action against him, DMRC has lodged a complaint at the police station. Both were posted at Qutub Minar metro station.
Know, how the matter was revealed
DMRC officials on Tuesday morning caught two employees working as customer care (CC) operators at Qutub Minar metro station selling smart cards. Out of this, one employee is of DMRC and the other is of an outsourced agency. Complaints were being received against him for the last few days. The officers were watching his movements.
He was caught red-handed at the station with 23 smart cards. The DMRC employee has been suspended along with the removal of the employee associated with the outsourced agency. The matter is being probed to find out whether more people are involved in this work.
Increased monitoring at metro station
Keeping this incident in mind, surveillance has increased inside and outside the metro station. A DMRC spokesperson says that since inception, Delhi Metro smart cards have been officially sold from station ticketing and customer service counters. Commuters have always been advised to purchase smart cards from designated locations at metro stations.
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