Railways to announce only online booking for trains running from June 1 the Indian Railways has announced online booking of tickets during the Coronavirus lockdown. During the Coronavirus lockdown, Indian Railways has announced online booking of tickets. Indian Railways informed that booking of trains running from 1st June will be online. On the other hand, there is a labor special train to send laborers. Which is being run from New Delhi, Old Delhi Railway station. According to media reports, the passenger train service will be up to more than 200 from the existing 15 trains starting next month. The service will include non-air conditioned trains. Which were not allowed so far? The 15 trains running since May 12 are air-conditioned trains and require passengers to maintain social distance rules and use masks and sanitizers.
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In a tweet, the railways said that apart from Labour special trains, it will run 200 additional timetable trains per day from 1st June, which will be non-AC second class trains and booking of these trains would be available online. The railways said that the information on the trains will be provided soon. The railways had said last week that it would start issuing wet-listed tickets from May 22. The order says that it not only applies to 15 existing trains but will be notified according to time. The decision came a few days after the center extended the countrywide lockout for the third time. But the ban on bus service and other public transport has been removed. It is a step forward in quarreling with some stats on the running of special trains for migrants.
Claimed that some states are refusing to allow special trains carrying migrants. The center had abolished the mandatory requirement. The move had created a place to face up with states like Bihar and Karnataka, which say that the infection is spreading among the incoming migrants. Before the lockdown, the railways operated about 12,000 trains every day. From 1st May, it launched 366 special trains for migrant laborers from different corners of the country. subscribe chauhansameer.com for the latest news, articles, Delhi news, Delhi news today.