Telecom Talk’s report on the IRCTC’s website states that users will be able to deposit money into IRCTC’s wallet just like e-wallets like Paytm and Mobiwick. It is said that there will be a lot of time left for booking tickets for the user in this way. Up to Rs 10,000 can be deposited in this e-wallet account. The one-time registration fee using any payment option is Rs 50 here (including service charge).
State Minister for Railways Rajan Gohain said in an official statement, “The government is taking steps to improve the railway ticketing system. If the train is canceled, the money will automatically come in the wallet used for booking.”
The IRCTC has launched the Food on Track app with instant tickets. This application will allow users to make bookings while on the train. The railway authorities tweeted that now your favorite food will be just a click away. That too during the train journey. On behalf of the officials, please state that if food is not provided for any reason, the IRCTC will bear the cost of the food. The bill will not be handed over to the passenger.