Train ticket counter Croud increase – Ticket sales increase as soon as the non-reserved counter opens

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Jhansi. Local ticket sales will begin as soon as the unreserved counters open on June 30th. Although the speed is still slow, it is likely to increase as these trains are convenient to operate for the local passengers. So far this year, a total of 2030 UTS tickets have been sold in the division, generating an income of Rs 1.67.661. These revenues were zero last year due to the non-operation of trains.
At the instruction of the Railway Board, operations from Jhansi station began with unreserved tickets. The operation of these trains for the passengers traveling on site is a relief. The operation of these trains was suspended for a year. Since the end of June, commuters have been benefiting from the operation of these trains between Jhansi-Manikpur, Jhansi-Lalitpur and Lalitpur-Bina stations. The fare for these trains corresponds to the normal fare for Mail / Express. Eight tickets were sold on the Jhansi-Lalitpur train on June 30th and July 13th from Jhansi station. At the same time, on June 30, 164 passengers bought tickets on the Jhansi-Manikpur train, while on July 1, 150 passengers bought tickets. Public Relations Officer Manoj Kumar Singh said that a total of 2063 unreserved tickets were sold by various Jhansi Division train stations, bringing the railroad an income of one lakh, 67 thousand, 661 rupees.

Jhansi. Local ticket sales will begin as soon as the unreserved counters open on June 30th. Although the speed is still slow, it is likely to increase as these trains are convenient to operate for the local passengers. So far this year, a total of 2030 UTS tickets have been sold in the division, generating an income of Rs 1.67.661. These revenues were zero last year due to the non-operation of trains.

At the instruction of the Railway Board, operations from Jhansi station began with unreserved tickets. The operation of these trains for the passengers traveling on site is a relief. The operation of these trains was suspended for a year. Since the end of June, commuters have been benefiting from the operation of these trains between Jhansi-Manikpur, Jhansi-Lalitpur and Lalitpur-Bina stations. The fare for these trains corresponds to the normal fare for Mail / Express. Eight tickets were sold on the Jhansi-Lalitpur train on June 30th and July 13th from Jhansi station. At the same time, on June 30, 164 passengers bought tickets on the Jhansi-Manikpur train, while on July 1, 150 passengers bought tickets. Public Relations Officer Manoj Kumar Singh said that a total of 2063 unreserved tickets were sold by various Jhansi Division train stations, bringing the railroad an income of one lakh, 67 thousand, 661 rupees.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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