Ministry of Railways hail lady ticket inspector for collecting Rs1.03 Cr as fine from non-ticketed passengers

New Delhi: Chief ticket inspector of Southern Railway has recently collected fines worth Rs 1.03 crore from non-ticketer and irregular passengers. The Minister of Railway took Twitter and preased her for the achievement.

The Ministry of Railways announced the news on Twitter and praised Rosaline Arokia Mary, a chief ticket inspector, for her dedication to her job.

Minister’s shared the post with the caption, “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.”

She was the first woman on the ticket-checking staff in Railway to collect such a big amount.

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Netizens Reaction

One of her friends commented and appreciated her, “Rosaline, I am proud to be your friend. Knowing you I am not surprised by your achievement. Shows your dedication, commitment and sincerity to your duties.”

A user wrote, “Jai Hind congratulations to Smt. Rosaline Arokia Mary. CTI keep it up thanks for sharing this great post.”

Another user wrote, “Commendable job indeed. Our country had more of such individuals with integrity and dedication.”

A fourth person writes, “Congratulations, Rosaline. Job well done. We need no-nonsense people like you to develop India. Hats off to you mam.”

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