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Dec 07 2016 (18:53)  Travel Insurance In Indian Railways (www.business-standard.com)
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Posted by: Jayashree ❖ Amita  36439 news posts
Travel Insurance In Indian Railways
An Optional Travel Insurance Scheme on a pilot basis for one year has been launched w.e.f 01.09.2016 for the Railway passengers who book e-ticket through official website of Indian Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation (IRCTC). The insurance scheme is available on optional basis for all reserved classes (SL, 1AC, 2AC, 3AC) and trains except passenger trains and sub-urban trains for tickets booked online on the IRCTC websites.
This insurance scheme provide financial support to the family/legal heir in case of death/injury of reserved passengers due to train accident/untoward
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incidents as defined under section 123 read with Sections 124 and 124A of the Railways Act, 1989, subject to the qualification that the coverage will be valid from the actual departure of train from the originating station to actual arrival of train at the destination station including process of entraining and process of detraining the train.
The Sum Insured to be given to passengers are as follows:- (i) In case of Death- Rs.10 lakh, (ii) Permanent Total Disability Rs. 10 Lakh, (iii) Permanent Partial Disability upto- Rs. 7.5 Lakh, (iv) Hospitalization Expenses for Injury Rs 2 Lakh, (v) Transportation of mortal remains Rs. 10 Thousand.
There is no increase in fare. The Insurance Scheme is optional for passengers and if any passenger opts for scheme then only the premium of Rs.0.92 (inclusive of taxes) per passenger is charged.
This Press Release is based on the information given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Rajen Gohain in a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha on 07.12.2016 (Wednesday).
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