Indian Railways will begin running 200 passenger trains starting from 1st June 2020, bookings for which will be started from 10 am on 21st May. The train services will include Duronto Express,Rajdhani Express, Jan Shatabdi trains, Sampark Kranti and other normal passenger trains.
There will be no unreserved coaches in these trains. No food, blankets and curtains shall be provided inside the railways.
Indian Railways permitted only e-booking through the IRCTC website or through the mobile app. No tickets will be issued at the reservation counter from any railway station. The fares will be normal comparing to booking done at Pre-Coronavirus time.
Passengers with only confirmed tickets will be allowed to enter railway stations. The Advance reservation period shall be maximum of 30 days.
List Of 200 Trains Allowed from 1st June 2020
Sampoorn Kranti Express
Shram Shakti Express
Samprak Kranti Express (Jodhpur to Delhi Sarai Rohila)
Champaran Satyagraha Express
Karnataka Samprak Kranti Express
Husain Sagar Express
Sabarmati Express (Ahmedabad to Darbhanga)
Sabarmati Express (Ahmedabad to Varanasi)
Tapti Ganga Express
Poorva Express (Howrah to New Delhi via Patna)
Poorva Express (Howrah to New Delhi via Gaya)
Bihar Sampark Kranti
Gujarat Sampark Kranti
Duronto Express (Howrah to Yashwantpur)
Duronto Express (Sealdah to Puri)
Duronto Express (Shalimar to Patna)
Duronto Express (Ernakulam to Nizammudin)
DurontoExpress (Secunderabad to Nizammudin)
JanShatabdi Express (Howrah to Bhubaneshwar)
JanShatabdi Express (Howrah to Patna)
JanShatabdi Express (Patna to Ranchi)
JanShatabdi Express (Dehradun to Kaathgodam)
JanShatabdi Express (Guwahati to Jorhat)
JanShatabdi Express (Haridwar to Amritsar)
JanShatabdi Express (New Delhi to Dehradun)
JanShatabdi Express (New Delhi to Una-Himachal)
JanShatabdi Express (Ajmer to Delhi SR)
JanShatabdi Express (Howrah to Barbil
Avadh Express (Bandra to Gorakhpur)
Avadh Express (Bandra to Muzaffarpur)
Specific Rules to Follow while reporting to Railway Stations
All passengers will be screened before boarding and only passengers with zero symptoms will be allowed to board their respective train. On arrival at their destination, the passengers will have to follow strict health protocols as prescribed by the destination state or Union Territory.
On Tuesday, the Railway ministry had informed that only non AC trains will run, but a day after it has also allowed for AC Trains to begin.
All passengers must have Aarogya Setu application in their mobile phones and passengers are advised to travel light, our railways minister Piyush Goyal said in a statement.