Big news: no regular train will run till June 30, railways canceled all tickets


According to the report, the Indian Railways has canceled all the tickets booked before the lockdown. At present, Shramik Special Trains and Special Trains will continue to run.

new Delhi. Taking a big decision, the Indian Railways has canceled all the tickets booked till June 30. That is, regular trains will not run till 30 June. No new reserves will be taken now. According to the railway, currently working Special tray worked  (Shramik Special Trains) and special trains (Special Trains) will continue.

According to the report, Indian Railways has said that the passengers whose tickets have been canceled will be refunded soon by IRCTC.

In fact, due to the lockdown, trains are closed across the country since 22 March. Meanwhile, reservation of tickets was taking place in IRCTC till 14 April. Even before 22 March, lakhs of people had bought tickets online and through the counter. However, after the lockdown was announced, the trains stopped and the passengers’ money was stuck. Now all these tickets are canceled and will be refunded. The facility of limited waiting list in the special train from 22 May . Earlier on Wednesday evening, Indian Railways announced that the limited waiting list will start in the special train from 22 May. In the next few days in Railways, it will tell which trains will get this facility. The passengers will get the facility of waiting list from May 15 on booking tickets.

However, the waiting list will have a fixed limit. 100 for AC 3 tires, 50 for AC 2 tires, 200 for sleeper class, 100 for chair car and 20-20 for first class AC and executive class. The purpose of this attempt of Railways is to try to reduce the ruckus for confirmed tickets.

Complete refund will be given on the appearance of corona symptoms In
another important order, the Railways has said that for those who will not get permission to travel in the train due to the symptoms of corona virus, the entire money of their ticket will be refunded.

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