Western Railways has come with a new idea to create awareness amongst the passengers who attempt trespassing on railway tracks. This unique idea includes the god of death Yamraj who is seen carrying people on his shoulder whoever tries to cross unmanned tracks.
Yamraj to the rescue
Despite providing a railway bridge to reach from one platform to the other, people in Mumbai are always in a hurry to reach their destination and try to leap across the tracks.
As per the data collected from June, more than 700 people have died due to trespassing over the railway tracks. The total death caused due to trespassing accounted for 19,781 deaths across the suburban system. However, the rate of death is steadily declining over the years.
This Yamraj ji saves lives. He catches people who are endangering their lives by trespassing the railway tracks, but to save them. This Yamraj picks people to release them safely. Please do NOT cross tracks, it's dangerous. pic.twitter.com/PT81eYVajL
— Western Railway (@WesternRly) November 7, 2019
A member of the Railway Protection Force (RPF) costumed as ‘YamRaj’ carries people who try to cross unmanned tracks. He also provides safety awareness information to the people.
— editorji (@editorji) November 8, 2019
Yama tries to stop people from walking near the tracks. “If you cross the track in an unauthorized way, Yamraj will be standing in front of you,” the Ministry of Railways warned.
Indian Railways conducts an awareness drive to deter people from crossing the tracks by deploying an RPF personnel dressed as 'Yamraj'. pic.twitter.com/64fydiEGEj
— Anisha Dutta (@A2D2_) November 7, 2019
This Yamraj ji saves lives: With several people risking their lives by crossing railway tracks despite strict rules and fines in place, the @WesternRly launched a unique awareness drive warning people of the danger. @RailMinIndia @mumbairailusers @Central_Railway pic.twitter.com/MB6D5kLqA5
— OneIndia (@Oneindia) November 8, 2019
It's time to change our opinion about Yamraj 😄 This modern Yamraj as you can see is saving lives and by that I mean he isn't letting anyone cross the railway track and warning them about their lives and safety rules as well 💯
What a unique way Western Railway. pic.twitter.com/MMqf7yqkeS
— Samriddhi Sakunia (@SamriddhiSakun4) November 8, 2019
Illegall Rail crossing commuters beware the Yamraj of Western Railway Will Catch you. pic.twitter.com/2PQp4HIBTi
— Alert Citizen (@ImmanuelRajanN1) November 7, 2019
At #andheristation, new initiative taken against people who is crossing railway track #yamraj is coming to pick them up.@akshataveera123 @sachregs @HarshaleeLokha2 @ReshmaKDalvi pic.twitter.com/QoqDPLS4K9
— shraddha bhatkar (@shraddhabhatka1) November 7, 2019
— Dayanand Kamble (@dayakamPR) November 8, 2019
— Shweta Shalini (@shweta_shalini) November 8, 2019
Western Railways Hires 'Yamraj' To Discourage People From Trespassing on Railway Tracks.
Ab bas tracks pe saapon ko chorna baki reh gaya hai. pic.twitter.com/LOWKhijB0G
— Hyderabad Tweets (@tweetshyd) November 8, 2019
Innovative yet hilarious way to stop people from crossing railway tracks. People crossing railway tracks are being taken away by a person dressed as Yamraj !! pic.twitter.com/wAyUZymGer
— basanta rajkumar (@basantark) November 7, 2019
Crossing railway tracks in Mumbai? Yamraj will find you and teach you a lesson. Literally pic.twitter.com/Q9VNyKAcCb
— Nitish Shekhawat (@nitishshekhawa1) November 8, 2019
— Yuvraj Kale (@imYuvrajk) November 8, 2019
ON THE RIGHT TRACK with THE HELP OF YAMRAJ…😀 pic.twitter.com/zzXAD7yptS
— Munish Bagga (@munish_bagga) November 7, 2019
Innovative way very good step . But safety of Yamraj must be ensured. https://t.co/ZiuAJd8aIj
— manmohan singh Narul (@narulaBob) November 8, 2019