Passenger trains will run from June 1, booking tickets will start from 10 am, see full list of trains

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भारतीय रेल

News Desk, Web4Study, New Delhi
Updated Thu, 21 May 2020 12:02 AM IST

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Railways on Wednesday released the list of 100 pairs of passenger trains which will be operational from June 1. These include popular trains like Duronto, Sampark Kranti, Jan Shatabdi and Purva Express. In a statement issued earlier, the Railways said that these trains will be fully air-conditioned. But on Wednesday, he said that these trains will have both AC and non-AC coaches which will be fully reserved.

Railways said that general class vehicles would also be reserved for full seating. No coach will be unreserved in these trains. The fare of these trains will be ordinary. For reserved general coach, second class seating seat will be charged.

Railways said that seats will be provided to all passengers in these trains and operation of these trains will start from June 1. Reservation for these will start from 10 am on May 21. Railways said that e-tickets for these trains will be issued from the IRCTC website or mobile app itself. No tickets will be issued for these from reservation centers or railway stations.

He said that the advance reservation period will be maximum 30 days and RAC and waiting list will be made under the current rules. However, wait-list ticket holders will not be allowed to board the train. Railways said that no unreserved tickets will be issued for these trains nor will any tickets be given after boarding the train.

See list of trains in next slide …

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Railways on Wednesday released the list of 100 pairs of passenger trains which will be operational from June 1. These include popular trains like Duronto, Sampark Kranti, Jan Shatabdi and Purva Express. In a statement issued earlier, the Railways said that these trains will be fully air-conditioned. But on Wednesday, he said that these trains will have both AC and non-AC coaches which will be fully reserved.

Railways said that general class vehicles would also be reserved for full seating. No coach will be unreserved in these trains. The fare of these trains will be ordinary. For reserved general coach, second class seating seat will be charged.

Railways said that seats will be provided to all passengers in these trains and operation of these trains will start from June 1. Reservation for these will start from 10 am on May 21. Railways said that e-tickets for these trains will be issued from the IRCTC website or mobile app itself. No tickets will be issued for these from reservation centers or railway stations.

He said that the advance reservation period will be maximum 30 days and RAC and waiting list will be made under the current rules. However, wait-list ticket holders will not be allowed to board the train. Railways said that no unreserved tickets will be issued for these trains nor will any tickets be given after boarding the train.

See list of trains in next slide …

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