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Trains going to Bihar in November are already full, how to get tickets? New railway plan ready

Nita Yadav

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Bihar-bound train seats were fully booked on Diwali and Chhath.

Chhath festival is still 4 months away, but the colors of the festival are already visible in seat bookings in trains. Actually, all the trains to Bihar on the upcoming Chhath festival are already booked in advance. Waiting list tickets are currently closed. Railways’ online site is already seeing a rush of people to book tickets.

With the seats booked in the trains, now the railways is again planning to take the passengers to their destinations through special trains. After Diwali, the festival of Chhath is celebrated with great fervor. Chhath festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm in Bihar. To celebrate this festival, people living outside the state definitely go to their homes. In such a situation, crowding of passengers is seen in the trains.

Seats are fully booked

On Monday, bookings were opened to book tickets for trains from November 1 to 5. As soon as the booking was opened, the train tickets to Bihar were booked from morning itself. Bihar-bound passengers booked for Diwali and Chhath festival. Now the situation is that most of the trains from sleeper to first AC coach seats are full from 1st to 5th November. People are still waiting for bookings.

Booking done 120 days ago

According to railway sources, passengers get the facility to book tickets 120 days in advance. On Monday, bookings were opened to book tickets for trains from 1st to 5th November. Most trains to Bihar were fully booked due to Diwali and Chhath festival. If sources are to be believed, special trains may be run soon in view of the heavy rush of passengers going to Bihar. For this, a plan is being made regarding the railway route.

Railways run special trains

This year the festival of Diwali will be celebrated on 1st November. 7th November is said to be the auspicious time of Chhath Puja. Railways also run special trains on these major festivals. On Diwali and Chhath, large crowds of commuters use trains to reach their homes. Last year also several special trains were run to keep in view the heavy rush of passengers.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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