Good news for rail passengers, Tejas Express will be back on track in August

New Delhi. With the effect of the second wave of Corona subsiding, the operation of closed trains has started. Actually, Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation i.e. IRCTC has said that the service of private train Tejas Express will be restored from August.

In the information given to the stock market, IRCTC said that from 7 August 2021, Tejas Express will be restored between Mumbai and Ahmedabad. This train will run four days a week on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Due to the second wave of Corona, the service of Tejas Express (train number 82902/82901) running between Mumbai and Ahmedabad was stopped on 2 April 2021.

Features of Tejas Express
Let us tell you that Tejas Express is the first private and corporate train in the country. It is famous for its facilities. Food, snacks and drinking water are free in this train. Tejas Express has dynamic fare system. this train Passengers do not get any concession ticket in However, children below 5 years of age are exempted from rent. Children of the age of 5 years and above have to pay full fare and are provided with one seat. There is no Tatkal quota or Premium Tatkal quota for the train. There is only one general quota and foreign tourist quota. For foreign tourists, six seats are available in executive class and 12 seats in chair car.

Ticket cancellation and refund rules are as per the extant Indian Railways cancellation and refund rules. If the waitlisted ticket is presented for cancellation up to 4 hours before the scheduled departure of the train, an amount of Rs.25 is deducted per passenger ticket and the balance amount is refunded online by IRCTC. Indian Railways deducts Rs. In such a case, an amount of Rs 65 is deducted from the AC class passengers.

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