The havoc of the corona pandemic is slowly subsiding. Normal life is getting back on track. People imprisoned in homes are now coming out for fear of spreading the infection. There is also a decrease in the cases of corona in the country. In this episode, the railway management has also started running its trains smoothly. The special trains being run due to the epidemic have also started running at normal level.
The number of people traveling in the train is also increasing now. Meanwhile, the Central Railway has now decided to reduce the price of platform tickets. As before, now the price of the platform will be reduced. This is a good news for the passengers traveling by train.
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According to the order issued by the Central Railway, now the platform ticket has been changed to Rs 10 instead of Rs 50. Ticket prices have been reduced by 80 percent. According to the order, the price of platform tickets at CSMT, Dadar, LTT, Thane, Kalyan and Panvel stations has now been reduced to Rs 10. This order is being implemented from today i.e. November 25. Central Railway has shared this information by tweeting.
Let us inform that in the last year 2020, all rail services were stopped amidst the havoc of Corona epidemic. At the same time, when the cases started decreasing gradually, the railways also gradually started its operation. However, this arrangement was started in the form of special trains with Corona guidelines. So that the passengers can get some relief. But due to the high crowd, the fear of spreading the infection was also high, so the department decided to increase the price of platform tickets. So that people travel only when absolutely necessary.
Significantly, the special tag given to trains during the Corona period has now been withdrawn. All trains are being operated according to their old numbers. Apart from this, the ticket prices of passengers have also been reduced. Let us tell you that the vaccination process is going on across the country at this time. According to Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya, 120 crore corona vaccine doses have been given to the people so far.
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