Indian Railways rolls back the increased platform ticket prices during COVID-19 pandemic time – India Hindi News

Indian Railways on Thursday withdrew the increased prices of platform tickets during the time of Kovid-19 pandemic. Platform tickets will now be available for Rs 10 as before. Let us inform that during the epidemic, the prices of platform tickets were increased to Rs 50 with the aim of reducing the crowd at railway stations.

A day earlier on Wednesday, the Central Railway had reduced the platform ticket prices from Rs 50 to Rs 10 at many railway stations as a easing of Kovid restrictions. The railway stations where platform ticket prices were cut included Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) Dadar, Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT), Thane, Kalyan and Panvel.

When the corona attack happened for the first time in the country, the railways also stopped the operation of trains. Later, when the situation started improving, the Railways resumed the operation of trains. Meanwhile, in April-May this year, the second wave of corona also came but the railways did not stop the operation of trains.

During this, the numbers of all trains were changed to special category. Now the second wave of corona virus is also almost over and vaccination is also going on at a fast pace, so the risk is less than before.

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Punjab CM Charanjit singh channi wrote letter to pm narendra modi demands give ex gratia of Rs 4 lakh to kin of those who died frpm COVID 19

Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In this letter, CM has urged the PM to implement his earlier order regarding ex-gratia amount to be given to the next of kin of people who died of Kovid-19. Punjab CM has said that the PM in his previous order had talked about giving 4 lakh rupees to the kin of those who died of corona virus, which needs to be implemented. In this letter, the Punjab CM said, ‘I think the compensation of 50,000 is insufficient. Our government is also ready to share 25% of the total amount received under this scheme.

In this letter, Charanjit Singh Channi wrote that the corona virus has affected a large population of the country. People died untimely, businesses were closed, people were forced to migrate and people took to the streets because of expensive treatment in private hospitals. Many families have exhausted their savings and they also have a huge debt.

In this letter to the PM, the CM has said that the ex-gratia amount of Rs 50,000 is insufficient in this difficult time. The government had told the Supreme Court that if the compensation of Rs 4 lakh is given, the states will be short of funds to fight Kovid-19. While increasing the price of petrol, the government continuously collected taxes from the people and gave relief to the corporates, but the common citizens have not got any relief.

Charanjit Singh Channi, while reminding the central government of its old promises, has written that as a welfare state, it is our responsibility to take care of our citizens in this hour of need. Many welfare schemes have been started for the people in our state. We demand from the Central Government that it should implement its order given by the Ministry of Home Affairs on 14 March 2020. At that time the government had promised that it would give a compensation of Rs 4 lakh to the families of those who died of Kovid-19.

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Railway Board issued order resume serving cooked meals to passengers on trains was discontinued due to COVID 19 restrictions – India Hindi News

Passengers traveling by rail will now be able to get cooked food inside the train. Railway Board has issued an order in this regard. In the orders issued by the board, it has been said that now the service of cooked food will be available to the passengers in the trains. This service was discontinued due to restrictions related to Kovid-19.

On Friday, the Railway Board, through a letter, has asked the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) to resume this service. It has also been clarified by the board that the facility of ready-to-eat meal will also continue inside the train.

In this letter, it has been said, ‘In view of the normalcy of train services, the requirement of traveling passengers and relaxations being provided in the Kovid lockdown in restaurants, hotels and other places of the country, the Ministry of Railways has decided that in trains Cooked food facility will be started again. The facility of ready-to-eat meals will also continue.

Let us inform that earlier last month, the Railways had announced to run normal trains and also removed the special tag given to trains during the epidemic. Please tell that at this time only tea, coffee, snacks and ready-to-eat food are available on Indian Railways. It includes noodles, rajma rice and soup etc. This facility is available in long distance trains in Indian Railways trains.

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