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Somebody pls let me know whether it is compulsory to carry a I.D card for every individual passenger other than E-ticket or tatkal ticket.Sometimes it is found that vigiliance department personnels do ask for the same & if the passenger either ladies or children could not produce the I.D they penalise the passenger on the pretext of dubious passenger.What is the exact law?
2 posts - Tue Dec 14, 2010
Dec 14 2010 (13:01)
PKV*^~ 19106 blog posts 76 correct pred (81% accurate)
Sorry. What I have stated is applicable only for e tkts.
Dec 14 2010 (13:02)
विश्व नाथ* 16775 blog posts 268 correct pred (76% accurate)
One iD Per PNR!! its RULE!!!
They can ask questions but genuine passengers have guts to silent them with firm reply. they can not force any one if passenger name/age is genuine. just lodge complaint against them if harassed on factious ground.
Dec 14 2010 (13:26)
Biplab Nayak* 3260 blog posts 3352 correct pred (81% accurate)
Well, did you bother to read the e-ticket ever ? If there is a such a clause it would be written on the ticket. Check any e-ticket, it says:
"One of the passenger booked on an E-ticket is required to present any of the identity cards noted below in original during the train journey and same will be accepted as a proof of identity failing which all the passengers will be treated as travelling without ticket and shall be dealt as per extant Railway Rules. Valid Ids:- Voter Identity Card / Passport / PAN Card / Driving License / Photo ID card issued by Central / State Govt /Student Identity Card with photograph issued by recognized School or College for their students...
He is asking for passengers holding PRS tickets. they were also being fined which is wrong.
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