Lucknow-Delhi Tejas Express, India’s first private train, delayed for the first time! On 19 October 2019, the Tejas Express running from Lucknow to the national capital got delayed for the first time since its inauguration earlier this month. While departing from Lucknow railway station, the IRCTC-operated train got delayed by over two hours. The 450 passengers who were on board that day will now get a refund of Rs 250 each.
The train offers free rail travel insurance to passengers, worth Rs 25 lakh. Moreover, as per its refund policy, Rs 100 is refunded to passengers if the train is delayed for more than one hour and Rs 250 if delayed over two hours. Read More
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