Indian Railways which is currently operating 230 special trains (115 pairs) has allowed the passengers to book tickets under the ‘Tatkal’ quota.
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The ‘Tatkal’ booking services have begun since 29th June for currently operating 230 special trains.
Tatkal Booking will commence from 29/06/2020 in all Special Trains (starting with 0 numbers) for journey commencing from 30/06/2020 onwards.@Central_Railway
— Shivaji M Sutar (@ShivajiIRTS) June 28, 2020
Passengers who want to travel under the Tatkal quota will have to book their tickets after 10 am one day before the journey for the AC class and after 11 am for the sleeper class.
It is to be noted that tickets booked under Tatkal category are slightly more expensive than normal tickets. Earlier, the railways increased the Advanced Reservation Period (ARP) from 30 days to 120 days.
The 230 trains being operated by the Indian Railways as of now include 30 special Rajdhani and 200 special mail and express trains.