Scandal at Subway Station in India

Scandal at the subway station in India: There was a broadcast scandal on the screens broadcasting to inform passengers at the Rajiv Chowk Metro station in New Delhi, the capital of India. Sexual images were broadcast on the screens at the metro station for advertising and information purposes.

The scandal incident occurred at Rajiv Chowk Subway Station on April 9th. With the start of posting images on information boards, passengers waiting at the subway station viewed the event with their mobile phones and shared them on their social media accounts.

After the scandal at the subway station, the screens were darkened by subway officials. The authorities of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), who announced the launch of an investigation into the incident, accused the company of displaying advertisements on the information screens from the scandal.

It was announced that the company, which has a contract with respect to advertising display, also offers free internet service to the people at the station and that the company's fault is due to this event. Metro station security cameras examining the authorities trying to identify the person learned 3 learned.

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