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Indian Railways Passenger Alert: Big Update! Railway ticket booking service will be closed for 6 hours daily for a week,check details immediately

Indian Railways: Railways said that after Kovid-19, the railway passenger reservation system will be disrupted at night for the next one week to normalize passenger services and increase facilities. During this time passengers will not be able to book tickets.




New Delhi: Indian Railways: There is big news for railway passengers. In the next one week, you may have to face trouble in booking Rail Ticket Booking Services. According to the information given by the railways, after Kovid-19, the railway passenger reservation system will be disrupted at night for the next one week to normalize the passenger services and increase the facilities. During this time passengers will not be able to book tickets.

Railway Ministry gave information

The Ministry of Railways has informed that in order to normalize the passenger services and bring back the pre-Covid facilities of the service, the Railway Passenger Reservation System (PRS) will be open for certain hours of the night for the next 7 days. (for 6 hours) will remain closed.

Which services will remain closed?

According to the information given by the Railways, ‘During this time all other inquiry services except PRS services will continue completely without any hindrance. But, during this time railway passengers will not be able to book tickets in the next one week at the specified time.

From when will the services be closed?

The Ministry of Railways said in a statement, ‘This reform process will start from the midnight of 14 and 15-November. At the same time, the night of November 20 and 21 will start at 23:30 and end at 05:30.

“During these 6 hours (23:30 to 05:30), no PRS services (ticket reservation, current booking, cancellation, inquiry services etc.) will be available. Except PRS services, all other inquiry services will continue uninterrupted.

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