• Railway services will be closed for some time
• Even the enquiry system will not work
• Services like reservation and cancellation will also remain disrupted
It is reported that Indian Railways is going to stop its services for some time due to technical reasons. During this time you will not be able to avail services like reservation, cancellation and inquiry.
From next Monday, Indian Railways will start the operation of 200 additional trains. The objective of the railways is to reach as many people as possible.
Railways Services Will be Shut Down during Some Hours
Indian Railways has announced the closure of Delhi-based Passenger Reservation System (Delhi PRS) from 11.45 pm on May 30 to 3.15 am on May 31 due to technical reasons. According to railway officials, Delhi inquiry service 139 will be completely unavailable due to shutdown of Delhi PRS system. Apart from this, facilities like ticket reservation, cancellation, charting, internet booking, PRS inquiry will also be closed during this period. In such a situation, passengers may have to face inconvenience.
200 Trains Will Start Operating From June 1
Indian Railways will start operations of about 200 more trains daily from 1 June. These regular trains will be run according to their time table. For operations of these special trains, the Railways has issued some guidelines for the passengers. It is very important to take care of these guidelines during the journey.
Ticket Bookings Are Open For Passengers
Booking of tickets has also started in these trains. According to the information given by Railway Board Chairman VK Yadav recently, except for a few trains, seats are still available in most trains. He said that more trains will be run on the routes on which the trains’ seats are full. Bookings of tickets can be done by PRS counters and IRCTC’s online ticket booking website or through the mobile app of IRCTC ticketing service.
Railways Are Running Trains on 15 Routes
Indian Railways has started running special trains from Tuesday 12 May. Trains are running on 15 routes from New Delhi railway station, which are going to capital stations of many states. At the same time, trains are also running from different parts of the country to New Delhi.