Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Re: [IAC#RG] Complaint from "Delhi Dialogue Commission" website

I stand corrected.
Was just trying to look at the positive side.
I know no one can question you on ur facts sir.

On 20 May 2015 04:44, "Sarbajit Roy" <> wrote:
Dear Shri Dua

Let me play the devils advocate

1) The monumental traffic on DMRC is mainly responsible for the gross
degeneration of the city of Delhi, proliferation of slums etc.

2) The fares are artificially depressed by cheap Yen loans which will
now have to be paid back from this year. The old loans are being
"repaid" by diverting money fro new loans for Metro expansion. IT IS A
PONZI SCHEME and the only thing keeping it going is fresh construction
and new lines to cater to slum colonies on the outskirts.

3) I'm sorry to say this but in say 10 years, DMRC will be by Biharis
for Biharis in Delhi. Or "poorvanchalis" or whatever you call them.
Delhi will be the capital of Poorvanchal because of DMRC.

4) The safety is not at all good. It is horrible. Nobody knows and it
is all covered up. The official carrying capacity of each coach is
between 75 - 88 persons.How are they carrying 350 ? This is another
reason for the "low" fares. Because of electronics its so easy for
DMRC to skim off money from fares collected because they don't issue
numbered "tickets"


On 5/19/15, R. Dua <> wrote:
> The traffic in metro is monumental.The fares are nominal for covering large
> distances.The safety is good.
> The crowd is varied.Good handling of crowd by staff.
> The Delhi Metro is doing reasonably good work keeping these factors in
> mind.
> Am sure our learned friends suggestion here will be taken by the said
> authority.
> Metro is truly the lifeline of Delhi.
> Regards.
> On 19 May 2015 18:51, "Sarbajit Roy" <> wrote:
>> Kind Attention: Shri Mangu Singh MD/DMRC
>> Re: letter no. DMRC/PC&S/2015/0196 dated May 05 2015
>> Subject   Grievance:
>> Sir
>> I would strongly urge you to read the subject highly evasive reply
>> from your Public Complaints Officer, in reply to my complaint no.33748
>> of 06 April 2015.
>> It is shocking that report/s of regular violent physical assaults
>> committed on detraining passengers at Rajiv Chowk station due to gross
>> overloading of your rakes and delayed operations are instead
>> trivialised by DMRC as "suggestion regarding train frequency".
>> We would therefore recommend the following immediate steps.
>> 1) All "6 coach" rakes on Blue Line be converted to "8 coach" forthwith
>> 2) No. of platform agents at key interchange stations be increased to
>> 16 from the present 8.
>> sincerely
>> Sarbajit Roy
>> The complaint can be accessed at URL
>> NB:  In case the complaint / grievance is not properly acknowledged
>> within 5 days, a vigilance complaint is generated against the
>> concerned department / officer by the undersigned.
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