Bike was run on railway track, police action, know what are the rules related to railway track

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The video of 3 boys riding a bike on the railway track of boys was becoming very fast, after which the police identified the boys and action on them.

viral video: It is common to be famous by uploading different types of videos on social media these days, boys are often seen sharing such videos . The passion of being famous in social media is so much that they make videos by putting their lives on their palm. Recently, while riding a bike on the railway track, the video of three boys was becoming very viral on social media, after which the police took action on them.

viral video is being told from Bulandshahr in Uttar Pradesh, where 3 boys are seen running a bike on the railway track and a boy is making their video. After watching this video, you can understand that these three boys are riding a bike on the railway track regardless of their lives, if in the meantime a train passed through the track, they could have been killed.

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Police took action After the video went viral, the police have taken immediate action in this matter and identified the three boys. The bike has been confiscated under the Motor Vehicles Act and action is being taken against the three people.

what the rules say Under the Indian Railway Act, 1989, the encroachment of the railway line falls under the category of punitive offense. A fine of Rs 1000 or 6 months in jail or both can be on the person doing so. In

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Selfies or videos are prohibited near railway line and platform. Under sections 145 and 147 of the Railway Act 1989, taking selfies along the railway tracks and platforms is considered a punishable offense. On doing this, a fine of 1 thousand rupees can be a sentence of 6 months or both.

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