The railway transport technology scam has been affecting Indian railways for quite some time.
The scam involves rail travel companies, often using fake documents, to claim that they are offering a safe, hassle free, and cheap rail travel option.
The scams can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
In recent years, there have been a number of cases of rail operators in India charging fake passengers and other passengers fees, while they are using fraudulent passenger cards, which are valid for only three days.
These scams are targeting Indian rail operators and have led to a huge drop in passenger numbers and revenue, with many railway companies saying they have stopped the practice entirely.
However, some of the companies continue to be involved in the scam.
The scam is still in its infancy, but is already affecting many railway operators and has already affected some large railway networks in India.
Indian Railways says the scam has led to the cancellation of over 200 million passengers and forced it to shut down over 1,000 lines, leaving some 4,000 stations completely without trains.
Railways has blamed the scam on a few individuals, but has not yet named any individuals or companies in particular.
“There is no evidence to suggest that any specific person or company has been responsible for this scam,” said the railways, in a statement.
“Railways does not know who the alleged perpetrators are.
However, the railway industry has a history of having high turnover and has a lot of resources.
The industry is also in a bad state right now and is facing challenges from multiple sources.
Railways is also working with law enforcement agencies to investigate the allegations.”
The railway industry, however, has said the issue has been taken very seriously and the railways is working with various agencies, including the railways regulator, to tackle the issue.
“It is our intention to identify the individuals responsible for the scam and bring them to book,” the railways said in a response to questions.