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Aligarh GRP nabs fake TTE

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Aligarh GRP nabs fake TTE

Aligarh GRP nabs fake TTE

Government Railway Police (GRP) apprehended a fake TTE in Uttar Pradesh's Aligarh on April 08.

Fake TTE, Deep Shubham was caught on spot checking tickets in Northeast Express train.

He also demanded money from without ticket passengers.

Passengers raised doubt and inform the other TTE who was present in the train.

Soon after, GRP took cognizance of the matter and arrested the fake TTE.

He is a resident of Bihar who has done MPhil from JNU.


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