Indian Railways Fare Update: If you also often travel by train, then you will be happy to hear this news. Yes, Indian Railways has announced to cut the fare by up to 25 percent. This will give great relief to those traveling by train. This deduction will be applicable on AC chair car and executive class fares of all trains. According to the information given by PTI, in the order of the Railway Board, it has been said to reduce the fare of Vande Bharat, a semi-high speed train.
The report of the seat being vacant came to the fore.
In the order given by the Railway Board, it has also been asked to start the concessional fare scheme in the trains of those zones of the railway, in which less than 50 percent seats were filled during the last 30 days. The Railway Board has taken this decision when there were reports of vacant seats in Vande Bharat trains on some routes in the past. It was said in the report that the seats in relatively small Vande Bharat trains are not being filled completely.
attractive rental plan
After this it was discussed that the Railways is planning to review the fares and make them attractive. In this sequence, it has been announced by the Railways to reduce the fare of AC chair car and executive class of all trains by 25 percent. Recently it was also revealed that the fares of Vande Bharat trains like Indore-Bhopal, Bhopal-Jabalpur and Nagpur-Bilaspur are being reviewed. The seats in these trains are running empty to a large extent.
Only 21 percent seats could be filled
According to official data provided by PTI till June, only 29 per cent seats in the Bhopal-Indore Vande Bharat train were occupied. While 21 percent seats were reserved in the Indore-Bhopal train. In this three-hour journey, you will have to pay Rs 950 for an AC chair car. And the fare for the executive chair car is Rs 1,525.