Viral Video: UP Cop Abuses Train’s TTE When Asked About His Ticket

Watch how this Uttar Pradesh policeman chose to abuse a TTE when asked for his train journey’s ticket.

Srimoyee Bhattacharya

April 1, 2021

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People often record, sometimes even secretly, certain wrongful acts by others on camera, which grab a lot of attention when released in the public eye. Recently, something very similar happened when a video surfaced showing how a policeman misbehaved with a TTE on a train. When asked to show his travel ticket, the policeman simply began abusing the official left and right.

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Recently, a video showing the absolute misbehaviour of a policeman towards a Traveling Ticket Examiner (TTE) caught the attention of many. The TTE was on his duty on a train that was on its way to Saharanpur from Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh. The policeman was also onboard the train and was asked by the TTE for his journey’s ticket for checking. However, instead of handing over his ticket to him, the inspector simply began verbally abusing the railway official who was doing nothing but performing his duty at his job. The police inspector threw the most insulting words at the TTE and almost got physically abusive towards him as well.

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The accused policeman, in this case, is named Feroz Khan and is posted in the Government Railway Police of Saharanpur. After the video of him abusing the TTE went viral, it also came to the attention of police officials who then took the necessary actions against the inspector. While he can be seen being blatantly rude on the TTE’s face, the latter can be seen simply defending himself stating his obvious duties.

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