Train commuters in the city of Mumbai face a dilemma: Avoid getting stuck on a crowded train at night.
As of now, the only way to avoid getting stuck in the middle of the train is to wait until the train reaches the next station, which means the train could end up being stuck there all night.
If that happens, the train driver will call for an emergency exit and you will need to take the train to a different station to get out.
The situation is so bad that the train drivers have begun to call the police to help them deal with the situation.
The problem is that the city is so congested at night that the police and the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) have been running around checking every station and every direction of the trains in Mumbai and the rest of the country.
The trains have been arriving at a steady pace since last week, but there are still plenty of train passengers stuck in Mumbai.
They have to wait for several hours for trains to get back to their home towns.
As per a report in The Times Of India, there are a total of 834 trains going into Mumbai from 6 different stations in the past two days.
The train drivers are being asked to call for emergency exits in the case of a train crash, and they have even been asked to keep a watch on their windows to prevent a train crashing into a building.
The train drivers also have to deal with a shortage of fuel, which is estimated to be around 20 per cent of the available fuel, with many stations running out of fuel in the last few days.
There are also many trains that are running empty due to the lack of trains to take them to the next stop.
The government has put up a huge number of buses to help passengers get to and from their destination.
It is hoped that the shortage of trains will ease in the coming days.