How To Cancel Train Tickets & Get Refund After Chart Is Prepared? Step By Step Process As Shared By IRCTC
If you have to cancel your train ticket due to an emergency, and the train chart has been prepared, you can still apply for a refund. Indian Railways has given this information to all train passengers.
There is important news for frequent railway passengers. Crores of people travel by train every day in India, so it has become necessary to update yourself with the latest updates given by the Indian Railways. There are many instances when passengers have to cancel the train ticket even after the train chart is prepared due to some emergency. But from now onwards, even in such situations, passengers will be eligible to receive the refund of ticket cancellation (Indian Railways refund rule). Indian Railways said that even if for some reason you cancel the train ticket after the chart is prepared, you can still get the refund.
IRCTC gave big information
IRCTC shared a video on its Twitter account and said that Indian Railways gives refunds on cancellation of tickets without traveling or partially traveled. For this, passengers need to submit the Ticket Deposit Receipt (TDR) according to the rules of the Railways.
How to file TDR online
- Go to the official website of IRCTC www.irctc.co.in.
- Then go to the home page and click on My Account.
- Open the drop down menu and click on My transaction.
- Here you can file the TDR by selecting one of the options in the File TDR menu.
- Now you will see the information of the person on whose name the ticket is booked.
- Here you must fill in your PNR number, train number and captcha and tick the box of cancellation rules.
- Click on the submit button then you will receive an OTP on the number given at the time of booking. Enter this OTP and click on the submit button.
- Check the PNR details and click on the cancel ticket button.
- You will see the refund amount on this page.
- On the number given on the booking form, you will get a confirmation message with the details of PNR and refund.