Lost your Train Journey Ticket? Here’s what you should do
Indian Railways Ticket: If you travel by train then this news is for you only. If your train ticket is suddenly lost somewhere during or before the journey, then will you be able to travel without ticket.This is a question that seems difficult,but the answer is very simple. Let us know what should you do in this critical situation?
Can take duplicate train ticket
If your train ticket is lost somewhere then there is no need to panic. Because the railways also knows that this is a common mistake which can happen to anyone.
Therefore, Indian Railways gives a new facility to its passengers in such a situation. If you lose your train ticket, you can travel instead by getting a duplicate train ticket issued, although you will have to spend some extra money for this.
Extra charge for duplicate tickets
According to the Indian Railways website indianrail.gov.in, if a confirmed/RAC ticket is reported missing before the preparation of the reservation chart, a duplicate ticket is issued in its place. According to the Railways, some charge has to be paid for this.
You will get a duplicate ticket for second and sleeper class by paying Rs 50. For the rest of the second class, Rs 100 will have to be paid.
If after the preparation of the reservation chart, the information about the loss of the confirmed ticket is received, a duplicate ticket is issued on recovery of 50% of the fare.
Keep these 5 things in mind
Please read these 5 things related to duplicate tickets carefully, because it will definitely work for you somewhere.
1 If you apply before the preparation of the reservation chart, then the same charges will be applicable for the loss/lost ticket.
2. According to Indian Railways, no duplicate ticket will be issued for mutilated tickets in the waiting list.
3. Further, refund is also admissible on mutilated/mutilated tickets, if the genuineness and authenticity of the ticket is verified on the basis of details.
4. In case of RAC tickets, no duplicate ticket can be issued after the preparation of the reservation chart…Read more>>