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News Entry# 409281
May 26 (10:58) SECR, CRly start refund of tickets (timesofindia.indiatimes.com)
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May 26 2020 (10:59)
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Nagpur: The Nagpur division of Central Railway has started refund of reservation tickets for the trains cancelled due to lockdown for journey between March 22 and June 30.
Across South East Central Railway (SECR) and Central Railway, PRS counters started functioning at nominated stations from May 22 for the convenience of passengers to book reserved tickets in special trains.
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refund will also be granted to passengers who booked tickets from PRS counters at Ajni, main station and other road side station. In SECR, this refund will be granted from 23 counters in the division.
The SECR refunded an amount of Rs1.77 lakh against 171 cancelled tickets in the last three days while Nagpur Central Railway refunded over Rs2.18 lakh towards cancellation of 3,143 tickets.
In another development, the Central Railway had dispatched 6,249 tonnes of essential commodities by parcel trains amid Covid-9 pandemic and subsequent announcement of lockdown.
“While individuals and other stakeholders find it difficult to transport essential commodities during lockdown to maintain supply chain, Indian Railways operated parcel trains to maintain supply chain of essential commodities,” said officials.
During lockdown, Central Railway has carried 2,373 tonnes of food items and perishables, 2,928 tonnes of hard parcels, 861 tonnes of medicines and pharma products, 58 tonnes of postal bags and 29 tonnes of e-commerce products by these parcel trains from Nagpur, Pune, Nashik, Akola, Kalaburagi, Manmad, Bhusaval, CSMT etc.
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