Railway has reserved the lower berth of the train for the disabled. To make their journey more convenient, Indian Railways has taken this important decision.
Railway changed the rule of lower berth, now the lower seat will be reserved for these passengers
Lakhs of people travel daily by train. In such a situation, to get their favorite seat, they start booking tickets a month in advance. Most people’s preferred seat is lower berth or side lower berth. But now he might not be able to book this seat. Yes, Indian Railways has issued an order for this. According to the order, the lower berth of the train will be reserved for some categories of people. Let us know who will get the lower seat of the train.
Let us tell you, the railway has reserved the lower berth of the train for the disabled or physically disabled people. To make their journey more convenient, Indian Railways has taken this important decision.
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Such is the seat distribution
According to the order of the Railway Board, four seats, 2 bottom 2 middle ones, two seats in third AC, two seats in AC3 economy are reserved for the disabled in sleeper class. He or the people traveling with him will be able to sit on this seat.
At the same time, 2 lower seats and 2 upper seats are reserved for the disabled in the Garib Rath train. They will have to pay full fare for these seats.
Railway will give seat to senior citizen without asking
Tell me, apart from these, Indian Railways gives lower berths to senior citizens i.e. elders without asking. 6 to 7 lower berths in sleeper class, 4-5 lower berths in every third AC coach, 3-4 lower berths in every second AC coach are reserved in the train for 45 years or more and pregnant women. They get the seat without selecting any option.
On the other hand, if ticket booking is given to a senior citizen, Divyang or pregnant woman on the upper seat, then there is a provision for TT to give them lower seat during onboard ticket checking.
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