Cancellation of Trains - Is it passengers fault
1. Direct loss of service charge, cancellation charge, IRCTC charge and credit card service charge, all gone for no fault of passenger. If you have bought ticket from any of the counters then spare one day, due to huge rush these days, to get your ticket cancelled. Shouldn't railway pay penalty for this.
2. Indirect losses. Connecting train/bus booking, if you are going for family tour all hotel bookings and tour bookings needs to be cancelled. Some of them do not refund you money. Is that fair enough.
2. In current rush it is almost impossible to get ticket again. What should passenger do?
This frustrates me... I think railways should pay penalty for train cancellation not passenger. Railway should refund double the cost of the ticket to compensate losses. more
So I sincerely feel my Friend, that, it is initially to judge the causes and then if it is proving to be something meaningless, can LAWFULLY CLAIM FOR REIMBURSEMENT! yet! I regret and accept that it could have been really painful then for your kindness! do accept my apology on behalf! more