Indian Railways Platform Ticket Price: Indian Railways has reduced the price of platform tickets. Now platform ticket will be available for Rs 10 instead of Rs 50, and this order has come into effect from November 25, i.e. today itself.
Due to the corona epidemic, the railways had reduced the platform ticket to Rs 50 so that the crowd would be less. Now with the improvement in the corona situation, the Railways has started easing the restrictions imposed.
Indian Railways Platform Ticket Price Reduced By 400%
According to the order issued by the Central Railway, the price of the platform ticket has been reduced from Rs 50 to Rs 10. As per the order, the platform ticket price at CSMT, Dadar, LTT, Thane, Kalyan and Panvel stations has been reduced to Rs 10. This order will be implemented from November 25, i.e. today.
At the same time, platform ticket prices have been reduced at railway stations in Delhi-NCR as well. According to the information received from the Railways, now the platform ticket will be available for ten rupees. Here too, platform tickets were available for Rs 50 during the Corona period.
Many changes were made during Corona.
The railways had made many changes due to the corona epidemic. During this, the operation of trains was also stopped for a long time. Apart from this, the numbers of all the trains were changed to a particular category.
Along with this, the prices of train tickets were also increased. The price of the platform ticket was reduced to Rs 50 during the Corona period. So that there is less crowd on the platform. Now with the situation improving, the Railways has started giving relaxation in the applicable restrictions.
Trains normalized from special category.
The campaign for corona vaccination is going on in the country. People are being vaccinated on a large scale. India’s vaccination coverage has reached 118.44 crores. Given this, the Railways has decided to bring all the trains running from special numbers in the general category during Corona.
According to the Railways’ decision, the number of all trains will once again be the same as before, and with changing the number of trains, there will be a big difference in the passenger fare.