Due to torrential rains and floods, Indian Railways had to cancel several trains originating, arriving, passing through- flood/landslide affected areas from August 15.
It is seen that many passengers who had to move out from home to safer places due to floods have been able to go back only after many days and still many passengers have not been able to retrieve details of their tickets for getting Ticket Deposit Receipts (TDRs) from stations after surrendering the tickets or for filing TDRs online for e-tickets booked through the IRCTC website.
Railways have therefore decided as a special case to permit issue of TDRs at any station up to September 20 as against the normal rule of up to three days from the booked date of journey. Read More
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