The Delhi Metro is considered to be the lifeline of the people living in NCR region. While Metro has eased the life of people with its convenient and cheaper travel services, there have also been some rules prepared to confirm with the security and protection of the people.
Following the same policy of security, CISF officials did not allow a drunken woman recently to board the Delhi Metro and took this action instead.
Well, a 25 -year-old woman, a resident of South Delhi, was allegedly so drunk that she was not able to walk properly on her own.
Seeing her condition and looking forward to the safety of all, the officials of CISF (Central Industrial Security Force) did not allow her to board the Delhi Metro at Samaypur Badli station on March 12, 2018.
Despite informing her that the drunken passengers are not allowed to be on Metro premises, the woman, who was in the inebriated state, kept on insisting to board the train.
When the woman denied co-operating, the CISF personnel called woman’s husband and he requested them to drop his wife at Dhaula Kuan Metro station.
While keeping her security in mind, the CISF people dropped the woman in their own official vehicle along with a male and a female constable.
This is not one such case where drunken passenger did create the nuisance. There have been several times like this where CISF official had to even book the cabs for the alcohol-consumed passengers so as to ensure that they reach safely at their destinations.