Railway has made many new changes in the online reservation system, new rules
Railways have made several changes to counter the brokerage in online ticket booking. Only one ticket will be booked for logging in with an ID in the immediate category. For the second ticket, you have to login again. At the same time, one ticket will not have two tickets in one day and more than six tickets in one month.

Not only this, the opening ticket of advance reservation can not be booked more than two times. A user will not be able to operate his ID with two windows at a time.

In this regard Chief Public Relations Officer Rajesh Kumar said that the time has been fixed for 25 seconds per passenger to fill the online reservation slip, while a maximum of 10 seconds has been fixed for the payment. The captcha has a time of 5 seconds. At the time of logging in, there should be separate captcha at the time of giving details of the passengers and at the time of payment.

More than two instant tickets will not be booked at one time. More than six tickets can not be booked in an ID on an ID. Although the base link id is allowed to book up to 12 tickets a month. But it must be at least one passenger’s base fixed.
Food will be expensive
It will be expensive to make the passengers traveling in the railways. The Ministry of Finance has decided that a GST of five per cent will be imposed on the food items on the train from IRCTC.
The finance ministry said that GST will be levied on five percent of the goods and services on food and beverages supplied by Indian Railways or IRCTC at trains, platforms or railway stations. The Ministry has sent a letter to the Railway Board in this regard to remove any doubts or uncertainties.
This move of the Ministry will bring uniformity in the GST rate applicable to food items and drinks available at trains, platforms or railway stations. GST will be charged by IRCTC or any other contractor at the rate of 5% of the input tax credit on the train and food and beverages made available on the platform.
Thousands of train passengers had to be disturbed by staying stalled till midnight on Thursday from the National Train Inquiry System (NTSE) of the Railways. They could not get information from the online and app about late trains, nor did the station inquiry counters. The angry passenger also made a furore on Friday at Charbagh station.


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