Central Railway gives big relief, reduces platform ticket prices

New Delhi: The Corona havoc in India now seems to be receding rapidly. In view of this, railways have also started removing the restrictions imposed by them. Not long ago, railways have decided to eliminate all special trains and start normal operations. Now, amidst all this, central railway has decided to reduce the price of platform tickets. Yes, recently an order has been issued by the Central Railway.

As per this order, the platform ticket has now been reduced to Rs 10 instead of Rs 50. As per the order, the price of platform tickets at CSMT, Dadar, LTT, Thane, Kalyan and Panvel stations has now been reduced to Rs 10. The order comes into effect from November 25. Let me tell all of you that the Railways stopped the operation of the Railways during corona time. However, later, when the situation in Covid began to improve, the Indian Railways gradually started restoring the operation of trains.

In addition, the number of all trains was changed to special category. Not only that, the ticket prices of trains were also increased. In fact, the Railways had decided to increase the price of platform tickets to Rs.50 during the Corona period to reduce the congestion on the platform. Now that the cases of corona have come down, railways have decided to bring all special number trains running in general category during covid.

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