As the world and India continues to battle COVID-19 outbreak, certain services have resumed, with the hope of getting the economy back on track. The Indian Railways resumed operations of passenger trains partially from June 1. The national transporter is running 200 special mail/express trains in addition to the Shramik special trains. The tickets of all these trains can be purchased through IRCTC website or app.
If you had booked a ticket at some point but are planning to cancel it now, there are some IRCTC e-ticket cancellation rules that you must know.
If a confirmed ticket is cancelled more than 48 hrs before the scheduled departure of the train, flat cancellation charges shall be deducted at Rs 240 for AC First Class/Executive Class, Rs 200 for AC 2 Tier/First Class, Rs 180 for AC 3 Tier/AC Chair car/ AC 3 Economy, Rs 120 for Sleeper Class and Rs 60 for Second Class. Cancellation charges are per passenger.
If a confirmed ticket is cancelled within 48 hours and up to 12 hours before the scheduled departure of the train, cancellation charges shall be 25% of the fare subject to the minimum flat rate mentioned in the above clause.