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Railway gave big relief! Now platform ticket will be available for only 10 rupees, will not have to spend 50 rupees

New Delhi | Platform Ticket Price Reduce: Central Railway has given great relief to the railway passengers as well as the people accompanying them. Railways has reduced the platform ticket prices. Since the beginning of the corona epidemic, the price of railway platform ticket was being charged at Rs 50. But after the reduction in corona infection, now the Railways has given relief to the people by taking an important decision and the price of platform ticket has been reduced to Rs 10. Let us tell you that after the reduction of corona cases, Indian Railways has recently decided to serve cooked food in trains.

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Platform Ticket Price Reduce: Central Railway informed by tweeting that platform tickets at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, Dadar, LTT, Thane, Kalyan and Panvel railway stations will now be given for Rs 10 instead of Rs 50. This change has come into effect from today, November 25.

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With this, the Central Railway has said that commuters of suburban trains who have received both doses of anti-Covid vaccine can now book single journey and season tickets on their mobile phones through the Railways’ Unreserved Ticketing System app.

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