Indian Railways: It is raining heavily in many states of the country. Due to this rain on Monday, rail traffic has been affected and 138 trains have been canceled across the country. According to the information received, 103 trains have been completely canceled and 35 trains have been partially canceled. During this 6 trains have been rescheduled and 23 trains have been diverted. The trains that have been canceled are passenger, mail and express trains and will affect Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal, Karnataka, Odisha and Bihar. That is, if you have made a plan to travel to these places, then before leaving, you must read the list of canceled trains once.
Do these things before traveling
If you are going to travel by train, then before leaving home, make sure that the train in which you are going to go is also running or not. The list of canceled trains can be seen on the websites of Indian Railways and IRCTC. Apart from this, you can also get this information through NTES App.
How to check canceled train list
- To check the list of canceled trains, visit enquiry.indianrail.gov.in/mntes/.
- Go to the Exceptional Trains option.
- Go to the list of cancelled, rescheduled and diverted trains.
- Now you will get complete information.
Refund will be given if train is canceled
Do not worry if the train you had to travel by and if it is cancelled. Your ticket money will be refunded. For this the passenger does not need to do anything. In case of train cancellation, the refund will be credited to the customer’s bank account/credit card/e-wallet. That is, through which you would have paid, the refund money will come at the same place.
On the other hand, if you have taken a ticket from the reservation counter, then it can be canceled up to 72 hours after the scheduled departure of the train at the reservation counter. On the other hand, if the passenger cancels the ticket on his own, then some cancellation charge will be deducted in his refund.
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