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Railway made a big change in the rules of ticket booking! Passengers will get this facility

Railway Ticket Booking Rules: Railway is considered to be the lifeline of the country. Every day crores of passengers travel by train to reach their destination. In such a situation, the railways also takes full care of the convenience of the passengers. In the last few years, in view of the Corona epidemic, Indian Railways has made major changes in its rules.

But, in view of the decreasing cases of corona for some time, some closed facilities are being restarted. By changing the rules, Indian Railways has now done away with the requirement of filling the address of your destination station during ticket booking.

Railway Ministry issued a new order
Since the start of the corona epidemic from the year 2020, the Railways had made it mandatory to fill the destination station on the IRCTC website or app during online ticket booking. But, now the Railway Ministry has issued a new notification ordering that now passengers will not have to fill the destination address during online ticket booking. This will make booking tickets easier.

Ticket booking will take less time
Explain that in view of the corona infection, the Railways had made it mandatory to enter the address during the journey to trace the positive people. But, in view of the decreasing cases of infection in the country, the Railways is now eliminating the requirement of the address.

Earlier, in the month of March, the railways had restored the facility of bedrolls, pillows and blankets given in trains. Along with this, now passengers will be able to travel easily even by taking general tickets. Let us tell you that the Ministry of Railways has given orders to eliminate the requirement of destination address for all railway zones. Along with this, now IRCTC will also make changes in its software.

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