List Of Trains Which Will Run From June 1st; Only Online Bookings Allowed (How To Book Tickets?)
Railways Ministry has declared that 200 pairs of trains will start running from June 1st.
However, for this, the Government has issued a few guidelines that should be followed by the passengers. And yesterday, the Ministry shared the list of 100 trains which will run.
Find out all the list of remains, guidelines and instructions issued by the Government, right here!
List Of 100 Trains Which Will Run From June 1st
The Ministry of Railways (MoR) in consultation with the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW) and Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) have announced that the train services on Indian Railways will be partially restored from 1 June 2020.
As per reports, the train services will be restored in a graded manner. However, there are some instructions made for booking of tickets & charting, quota, concessions, cancellation & refunds, health screening, catering, linen, etc.
Guidelines for Train Services beginning on 1st June 2020. Graded Restoration of Train services. Booking of all these trains will commence from 10 am on 21/05/20. (1/2)— Central Railway (@Central_Railway) May 20, 2020
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These trains will help move migrants and others who want to travel through Shramik Trains as well. There are about 100 pairs of trains listed, and the bookings will begin from 21 May at 10 am. The other trains, including all mail/express, passenger and suburban services, will remain unfunctional till further notice.
How To Book Tickets & Rules For Travel
There will be no unreserved coach on the train. The fare of the seats would be as normal. For General coaches being reserved second seating (2S) fare shall be charged and seat will be provided to all the passengers.
Only e-ticketing will be conducted on the IRCTC website or the mobile app. No tickets will be given on the reservation counter on any railway station. There will also be an ARP (advance reservation period) of 30 days.
As per reports, only the passengers who have a confirmed reservation will be allowed into the railway station. The passengers will have to go through a thermal screening at the station, and only those who are asymptomatic will be allowed to board the train and travel. They will also be required to follow the social distancing both at the station and in the trains.
Linen, blankets, and curtains shall not be provided inside the train. Catering will also not be provided inside the train. However, there will be limited eatables and drinking water provided to the passengers in limited trains.