Krishak Express 10 Hour Late
In fact, due to the derailment, the Krishak Express took 10 hours, besides many trains including Lucknow Mail, Pushpak Express and Chandigad Express reached their destination late due to this. Explain that this is the first time that passengers will get compensation when a train arrives late in the country. In this regard, Chief Regional Manager of IRCTC, Ashwini Shrivastava said that Tejas Express left Lucknow Junction at a distance of about three hours due to derailment of Krishak Express.
250-300 rupees compensation
IRCTC will provide compensation of Rs 250-300 to the passengers from the insurance company as promised to the passengers due to late arrival of the train. For this, a link has been sent by IRCTC to the mobile number of all the passengers, where passengers can claim this compensation by clicking. After the application of the people, the insurance company will give compensation to the passengers. On the one hand, where it was decided to give compensation to the passengers of Tejas, on the other hand, the passengers of Krishak Express had to spend all night at Lucknow station.
First train of the country, completely in the hands of private company
Please tell that Tejas is the first such train in the country, which has been given full operation in private hands. IRCTC has full operational and ticketing control of Tejas. Train number 82501/82502 runs between New Delhi railway station to Lucknow six days a week. Train number 82501 completes Delhi's journey to Lucknow in 6 hours 15 minutes. The train number 82502 New Delhi-Lucknow Tejas Express takes 6 hours 30 minutes.