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Railways changed this important rule! Know why this information is important to you

 If you are thinking of canceling your train ticket or have already done, then remember to fill the TDR within three days. Failure to do so will result in you losing your cancellation money.

Railways changed this important rule! Know why this information is important to you

People always want to know about the changes related to Indian Railways. In today's era, crores of people travel by train daily in India, so it becomes necessary to be aware of updates related to railways. Let us tell you that we are talking about the change in the rules related to railways. 


There was a change in the rules for filing a refund

Railways had changed the refund rules during the Corona period. In this, there was a change in the time limit for the refund to be received on the cancellation of the ticket. Before the Corona period, if the train was canceled or on the cancellation of the ticket, the refund had to be applied within three days. 


The exemption was given in view of the corona epidemic

After the Corona epidemic, the deadline for applying for refund was extended to six months. According to media reports, from December 30, the old rule will be implemented again. The rule of applying for refund in three days was made in 2015.


Remember to file TDR within 3 days

Cancellation of train tickets during the Corona period could be filed for refund for up to six months. Meaning if you are thinking of canceling your train ticket or have already done, then remember to fill the TDR within three days. Failure to do so will result in you losing your cancellation money.


Railways said - nothing changed

When asked about the changes in the process of filing TDR, the Railways said that there is nothing new in this. The rule is already in place. People were given exemption during Corona, as soon as train operation has become normal, the old system has come into force.

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