The railway gave a great relief to the public, made a happy announcement about platform ticket prices Copy

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The railway gave a great relief to the public, made a happy announcement about platform ticket prices

Indian Railway: Northern Railway has brought great relief to the general public. Railways has reduced platform ticket prices at 14 train stations. Now the new rate will be 10 rupees, which was 50 rupees before. The railways had raised prices in view of Diwali and Chhath Puja. Senior DCM Rekha Sharma has given this information.

Which stations have reduced prices

Rekha Sharma said platform tickets have now become cheaper in Lucknow, Varanasi, Barabanki, Ayodhya Cantt, Ayodhya Junction, Akbarpur, Shahganj, Jaunpur, Sultanpur, Rae Bareli, Bhadoi, Pratapgarh and Unnao Junction.

However, prices were to drop on November 6. But, giving relief, the railways lowered prices three days ago. People who arrive at the platform without travel tickets need to buy a ticket of Rs 10, but due to the rush of Diwali and Chhath, the platform ticket has a tax of Rs 50 per person from October 26 to October 6. November to reduce the crowd on the platform. . I’ve given. To control overcrowding, the South and Western Railway had also increased the price of platform tickets at many stations.

Southern Railway had raised platform ticket prices from Rs 10 to Rs 20 at eight major railway stations in Chennai and the suburbs. The ticket price increase will be effective until January 31, 2023. Railway stations that saw an increase in platform ticket fares include Dr. MGR Chennai Central, Chennai Egmore, Tambaram and Katpadi stations. Ticket prices for stations such as Chengalpattu, Arakkonam, Tiruvallur and Avadi were also increased. Western Railway had raised the platform ticket fare to Rs 50 at Mumbai Central, Dadar, Borivali, Bandra Terminus, Vapi, Valsad, Udhna and Surat until the end of October.


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