Passengers on the train will not be able to charge a mobile device, laptop, or any type of electrical appliances during the night journey. India Railways made this decision in light of passenger safety. A rule has also been put in place that if the passenger is caught smoking cigarettes, he will be fined 100 rupees.
The railways have set new rules in light of passenger safety
Passengers will not be able to use the freight point of the train bus at night. On trains, it was decided to keep charging points closed from 11 am to 5 am. There is a risk of laptops and cell phones overheating at night. Because most people leave their mobile phone or laptop only after putting it into place there is a risk of fire.
This problem is common on long-distance trains. Electronic equipment carries a risk of fire. It is carried out in all regions according to the instructions of the Railways Board. This decision was made after frequent fire accidents on trains. Militancy has also been increased in the wake of the Delhi-Dehradun Chattabdi Express fire. Because the fire in one vehicle spread to seven vehicles. Likewise, the railways decided to crack down on cigarette smokers.