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Seeing stamp on woman’s knuckle, passengers force woman to disembark train


Team Udayavani, Jun 2, 2020, 6:55 PM IST

Bengaluru: A woman passenger travelling from Bengaluru to Belagavi was forced to disembark at Tumkuru after fellow passengers noticed a stamp on her knuckles.

The woman was a transit passenger and her status as such a passenger was stamped on her knuckle.

However people who noticed the stamp felt that she was violating the quarantine norms and complained to the travelling ticket inspector. In view of the public pressure, she was forcibly disembarked in Tumakuru station.

As per the norms transit passengers are quarantined on reaching her destination. A railway official said that the TTE would not have been aware of the rules and must have yielded to the passengers’ pressure.

The woman reached her destination in another train, the official added.

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