IRCTC : Railways will now deliver your goods from home to train

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New Delhi : Indian Railways is going to end the tension of passengers who are troubled by carrying luggage. For this, the railway is going to start the ‘Bags On Wheels’ service. Under this service, the tension of carrying goods to the station of the passengers will now end. After the implementation of this new facility, the railway will transport your goods from your home to the station.

According to the railway, passengers will get rid of the problem of carrying goods to their seats after this service starts. Indian Railways is going to start this type of service for the first time. According to the information, app based bags on wheels service will be launched under the Non-Rent-Revenue Acquisition Scheme (NINFRIS).

Presently, this service will be available only at New Delhi Railway Station, Delhi Junction, Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station, Delhi Cantonment Railway Station, Delhi Sarai Rohilla Railway Station, Ghaziabad Railway Station and Gurugram Railway Stations. Under this, on the basis of the information given in the app, the railway will take luggage from the passenger’s house and transport it to his coach in the train.

Giving information about this, General Manager of North and North Central Railway, Rajiv Chaudhary said that the Railways is constantly trying to increase revenue through new measures. For this, passengers will have to make a booking on the railway’s BoW app and give the requested information.

Based on the information given in it, the luggage of the passenger will be transported from station to house or from home to station / coach. Before the train departs from the station, it will be the responsibility of the railway to deliver your luggage to the seat.

According to the railway, passengers will be able to take advantage of this facility at a very low fee. After the introduction of this facility, travel will become very easy and profitable for senior citizens, disabled people and women traveling alone.

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