Missing EMU train keys, RPF on high alert
May 27 2009 11:30 AM

The Vyasarpadi Chennai train hijack issue is yet to be solved and now another set of keys of EMU go missing. According to a complaint registered by driver Jeevanandham of Avadi, four master keys of the EMU train between Arakkonam and Chennai Central have been lost.

Jeevanandham learnt that the keys were missing only after he reached Chennai Central. It is yet to be ascertained whether the keys were lost recently or earlier.

The Railway Police and the Railway Protection Force has been altered in this regard.

According to Neenu Ittyerah, “A case has been registered and investigations are on. There is no need for any panic and the authorities are looking into the issue.”

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