The number of disruptions on night and early morning flights around Debrecen has increased, so that on some trains from 29 November on-call police officers and railway guards will also travel, writes Telex.
According to the article in the paper, the sense of safety of train passengers and railway workers on several trains around Debrecen has recently deteriorated.
According to reports received by one of the railway unions, the VDSZSZ, passengers and ticket managers are shouting, provoking and intimidating.
Railroads also say the problem is that ticket inspectors mostly work alone, with women in particular feeling insecure.
In the light of this, the decision was made that from the end of November MÁV’s security staff and the emergency police will travel on the five daily flights to Nyíregyháza-Debrecen-Budapest Western Railway Station, and from 12 December on seven flights.
Telex boarded a train between Nyíregyháza and the Nyugati railway station, but did not meet any security people or police officers, nor did the passengers interviewed.
The railway company thus considers the action a success, as stated,
the number of atrocities suffered by measurably reduced ticket operators, in addition, ticket managers will notify security not only with their mobile phone but also with the alarm, which is expected to increase further in the coming weeks.
The ORFK said on request to the paper that from 29 November to 8 December, police were not required to take action on these trains in any of the cases.