‘Meri Saheli’ initiative launched in Bengaluru trains


Team Udayavani, Oct 23, 2020, 10:06 AM IST

Bengaluru: In order to ensure women safety,  the Railway Board urged all Railway Divisions to be proactive and launch the Meri Saheli initiative aimed at the protection of women on board trains.

It is said that  single women, elderly women with or without care givers, and women with children, are the most vulnerable on trains and in railway stations.  The board will identify the coaches they are seated in advance with the help of the commercial department staff and ensure particular attention to them

The three SIs and a 20-strong force of women cops will be deployed in the operation

As reported by TNIE, One can find Meri Saheli on these trains: KSR Bengaluru-Danapur Express, Bengaluru,Chennai Double Decker Express, Karnataka-Express, Rajdhani Express, KSR-Belagavi-KSR Express, Yesvantpur-Nizammudin Express  and Yesvantpur- Shivamogga Express

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