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Eid Al-Adha 2022 – Pakistan Railways Fares Reduced By 30% For Eid Holidays

To relieve the general public on Eid Al-Adha, Pakistan Railways has reduced trains fares by up to 30 percent. During the three days of Eid, there will be a discount on train fares which will only be available according to official notification.

Pak Railways Announces Discount on Tickets For Eid-Ul-Azha

The department has introduced a discount rate for those who wish to book their rooms. Three special trains will also be available to passengers on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha by Pakistan Railways.

Note: On July 8, the first special train is scheduled to depart at 10 am via several routes. Routes pass through Quetta, Peshwar, Multan, and Sahiwal. On July 8, the second locomotive leaves Karachi for Lahore via Multan and Faisalabad at 6:45 pm.

Other Measures Of Pakistan Railways Chief Traffic Officer (CTO)

Muntazir Mehdi, Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) of Lahore, launched a campaign earlier this week to prosecute transporters for extorting travelers by charging high fares during the Eid holiday period.

Several special teams place at Lorry Adda, Babu Sabu, Badamibagh, Gajjumatta, Niazi Chowk, Begum Kot Chowk, Thokar Niaz Beg, Shahdara Chowk, and other key bus stations throughout the city. Customers across Pakistan should see a clear list of fares from the transporters.

The CTO has warned transporters that the department will not tolerate negligence. If the company does not comply with the above-mentioned protocols, the department will take action.

Pakistan Railways Notification For Eid Al-Adha Holidays

  • In celebration of Eid ul Azha, Pakistan Railways is offering a 30% discount on all train tickets.
  • An announcement here indicates that all passenger trains will be subject to a reduction in fares during the three days of Eidul Azha.
  • In addition, the PR has begun offering discounted fares for Eid bookings, according to the notification.
  • As part of the Eid-ul-Azha celebrations, Pakistan Railways announced the running of three special trains.
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