Vivek Agnihotri furious over the decision of patrolling in Delhi Metro, said- 'It is so stupid'

Vivek Agnihotri Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri reacts to the decision to put police inside Delhi Metro coaches after the recent incidents. He has expressed strong displeasure over this decision and has also shared a picture.

Vivek Agnihotri furious over the decision of patrolling in Delhi Metro, said- 'It is so stupid'

Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri in his latest tweet has reacted to the new rule of patrolling in Delhi Metro. Recently, it was reported that Delhi Metro will have frequent police patrolling inside each compartment to prevent 'objectionable' behavior of commuters. 

Vivek Agnihotri raging on Delhi Metro

Vivek Agnihotri took to his Twitter to react to the decision and said, "This is so so stupid." Vivek posted a report on the recent decision taken by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to ensure that there is no display of 'objectionable' behaviour.

Questions raised on the decision of the officials

Let us tell you that this decision was taken about a week ago after a series of videos of Delhi Metro surfaced online. Recently, a case has come to light in which a man was seen doing obscene acts inside a metro coach. After the video went viral, many people questioned the etiquette of public transport.

Policemen will be posted in metro coaches

With the recent incident coming to light, officials have said that police in both uniform and plain clothes will soon be deployed in metro coaches.

The DMRC also said that it plans to use CCTV cameras installed inside metro coaches more frequently to identify objectionable behavior or catch people making videos that may cause inconvenience to other commuters.

Decision taken due to obscene antics

Officials said, "We aim to improve security and surveillance by implementing several measures. This includes patrolling inside trains.

We request passengers to behave responsibly while traveling by MetroIf other passengers notice any objectionable behaviour, they should immediately report the matter to DMRC helpline giving details of corridor, station and timings etc."