New Delhi: The first private train in the country, Lucknow-New Delhi (82501/82502) and Ahmedabad-Mumbai (82902/82901) Tejas Express, is resuming its services from today. On March 19, due to global pandemic coronavirus, the operation of these trains was stopped. These two trains, known as Tejas Express, are the first private trains in the country, which are operated by IRCTC.
Now, with the introduction of these trains once again, IRCTC has also issued some guidelines for passengers. If you are also planning to travel with these trains, then it is very important for you to know about these guidelines. IRCTC issued a statement saying that all the staff managing the Tejas Express have been provided special training so that all protocols for the corona epidemic can be adopted at all levels. Along with this, IRCTC has also said to give priority to the safety of passengers and staff.
A media report has stated that in view of the present situation, dynamic pricing will not be implemented in Tejas trains. Since Navratri is also starting from today, in view of this, IRCTC will also provide information about the trains to the passengers.