Tamil Nadu train accident: Should passengers now check a motorman's identity?

Tamil Nadu train accident is such a shame... Can anyone just simply start driving a train??? And what do the railway authorities expect from the passengers? Should we now go and check a motorman's identity before boarding a train (though the primary report says that the trains were empty... so what... what if there were many passengers)? Like how we have TCs, should some passengers be appointed as MCs (Motorman checkers)?

Why should the janta always suffer... as if the terrorists, crime and diseases weren't enough to kill people! It's time people wake up and take their jobs seriously... anyone listening in railways... or will this message too go unnoticed like the unknown person who took away the train?

Train Collision in Vyasarpadi, Tamil Nadu

Two trains collided in Tamil Nadu early morning on April 29, 2009. A passenger train from Chennai and the goods train from Arakkonam collided at Jeevanagar railway station in Vyasarpadi.

At least six people died and over 15 were injured as the first reports poured in.

Here's the news video for the entire story.