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As one enters a local, a familiar "bag ley lo, pen ley lo" chant of the hawkers can be heard, selling their wares in train compartments, like any regular market. The dilemma here is that under Section 144 of Railways Act 1989, the selling of any article on Railways’ premises without first obtaining a license may result in imprisonment for up to a year, or a fine of upto Rs 2,000, or even both, thus making peddling on the local train illegal.
However, despite the obvious perils associated with the job, these unauthorised hawkers (mostly women) sell inexpensive accessories, earning a monthly profit of roughly Rs 3,000- their profit margin ranging between Rs10 to 20 on an item, usually.
It's high risk work but surprisingly, most don't mind being incarcerated for a couple of days, just to avoid paying the fine. Ultimately, it is the local train that is their sustenance as they are otherwise shooed by the municipality, everywhere they go.
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