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After reaching up, I could feel the adrenaline rush. At every entry to the platforms , there were a group of TC’s examining the railway tickets and passes of passengers. TC’s were stationed every where! I was quite sure that Western Railways was all set to execute its plan. And everything went well for them. I could see few college students requesting the TC’s to leave them, they were literally pleading mercy. Few office goers were also caught red handed by few of the Ticket Checking officials. Some commuters hung their face in shame and remained speechless for a while. Few of the regulars who used this bridge were also caught. The Officers were clad in minister white shirts and black trousers. I could envision the scene as a video game, more kind of a Super Mario video game where Mario has to cross every single level to meet his princess. Well, for me the other side of the bridge was my princess!
I hailed a taxi and asked him to go to Saki Naka. Sooner, I called my team mate and asked him to pay the taxi fare. Well, sometimes certain things happen when you don’t expect it!
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