Over 80 passengers of the Tejas Express run by IRCTC are unable to get their compensation for delays in train travel, because they have not provided all the details to IRCTC.
“Maintaining its commitment, IRCTC in association with Liberty General Insurance Company Ltd has received and approved claims of 158 passengers within a period of three days. While compensation has already been paid to 74 passengers, the claims of the remaining 84 passengers have been been approved for payment and are waiting for want of details from passengers,” IRCTC said in a release.
“This complimentary travel insurance product being offered to passengers of the Tejas Express by IRCTC has become the unique selling point of these premium passenger trains and has been widely appreciated by the rail passengers,” it added. Read More
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