Rail platform ticket cost Rs 50 instead of Rs 10. Staying at the station for more than two hours will result in a fine

The Ministry of Railways has issued a strict ban on platform tickets. Platform tickets will no longer be available for Rs 10. If you are going to a train station for a job and buying a platform ticket, you now have to pay Rs 50 for it. The Ministry of Railways has now decided to increase the number of platform tickets. However, there has been a lot of talk on social media about the Railway Ministry's decision in the wake of the high cost of living.

However, the price of the platform ticket has been increased from Rs 10 to Rs 50 by Pune Jackson. According to the Ministry of Railways, the decision was taken by Pune Jackson to reduce the number of unnecessary people at the station in view of the corona epidemic. As a result, fewer people are expected to arrive at the station, and social dissatisfaction can be observed.

Not only that, since the introduction of the corona cut, the price of platform tickets has been increased to Rs 50 in about 250 stations across the country. However, in view of the COVID-19 epidemic, the Ministry of Railways has taken such steps to reduce the crowds at the stations.

According to the Ministry of Railways, you will not be able to stay at the station for more than two hours on this platform ticket. This means that if you are going to the train station to meet or accompany your loved ones and you have also booked a platform ticket for this, you will not be able to walk around the station arbitrarily. You have to cut off the platform ticket and complete all the work on the railway platform in just 2 hours. The Ministry of Railways will not allow you to stay longer.