Aadhar Verified Passengers: Book 12 Tickets via Aadhar Number
Posted by rohit on March 7th, 2019
Indian Railways through its latest initiative has increased the number of ticket bookings from six to twelve tickets on a single PNR number. The increase in monthly cap of the tickets was launched to register more Aadhar numbers with Indian Railways via IRCTC official website. “Aadhaar Verified Passengers” can book 12 tickets in place of six, from their registered ID. Normal passengers can be called “Aadhaar Verified Passenger” when he/she links their Aadhar number with IRCTC online. Railways had encouraged passengers to link Aadhar number to their online ticket booking accounts and believed it one of the innovative ways to provide the facility for easy ticketing.
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Prior to the digitization of Indian Railways, everyone must have gone through the pain of planning a journey to complete the journey towards the destination station. Passengers were dependent on long charts pinned on the boards at stations to check their PNR status or form a long queue at the inquiry counter to know their train running status. Moreover, announcements on stations were the only medium to know the arrival and departure of the trains. Thanks to digitization! Planning a journey via train has now become easy as internet services deliver extensive information. IRCTC has also launced it's services online and made easy for the passengers from booking their tickets to ordering food in the train during journey. Through Aadhar number linking it can control and lower the number of railway ticket frauds which was done on a massive scale by the unauthorised agents.Also See: Aadhar Number, Indian Railways, Aadhar Verified, Verified Passengers, Tickets, Passengers, Number
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