Railway Ministry Lauds 1st Woman Ticket Checker To Collect Over ₹ 1 Crore Fine
The Railway Ministry has hailed the first woman ticket checking staff for collecting fines of over ₹ 1 crore from passengers. Rosalin Arogya Mary, Chief Ticket Inspector, Southern Railway, has collected a fine of ₹ 1.03 crore from ticketless passengers.
The railway ministry tweeted to praise the ticket inspector. The footage shows Ms. Mary collecting fines from passengers and checking tickets from passengers.
The caption of the post read, “Showing strong commitment to her duties, @GMSRailway’s CTI (Chief Ticket Checker) Smt Roselin Arogya Mary became the first woman ticket checking staff of Indian Railways to collect fine of ₹ 1.03 crore from irregular/ticketless passengers.”
The post quickly went viral and garnered praise from all corners. One user wrote, “We need more such challenging and dedicated women to make our Bharat a superpower. Congratulations Rosalyn. Let the tempo rise.”
Showing resolute commitment to her duties, Smt.Rosaline Arokia Mary, CTI (Chief Ticket Inspector) of @GMSRailway, becomes the first woman on the ticket-checking staff of Indian Railways to collect fines of Rs. 1.03 crore from irregular/non-ticketed travellers. pic.twitter.com/VxGJcjL9t5
— Ministry of Railways (@RailMinIndia) March 22, 2023
Another user commented, “Rosalyn, I’m proud to be your friend. Knowing you I’m not surprised by your accomplishments. Your dedication, commitment and integrity in your duties shows.”
A third user said, “Congratulations, ma’am! A job well done!”