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Blog Entry# 1978277  
Posted: Sep 01 2016 (16:30)

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Last Response: Sep 01 2016 (16:35)
  
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Sep 01 2016 (16:30)   12652/Tamil Nadu Sampark Kranti Express
 

rshbaggarwal283   510 blog posts   167 correct pred (58% accurate)
Entry# 1978277            Tags   Past Edits
I booked a PRS ticket from NZM to TPJ in this train. But now I want to go till MDU. Is it possible to get this ticket extended till MDU on PRS counter or shall I talk to TTE for the same. Please suggest.

  
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Sep 01 2016 (16:34)
©The Dark Lord™~   8178 blog posts   2 correct pred (80% accurate)
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Yes, Indian Railways allow extension of journey. This can be done by approaching the ticket checking staff either before reaching your destination or after completion of booked journey. The fare for the extended portion of the journey will be collected without the benefit of telescopic rate

  
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Sep 01 2016 (16:35)
Er AC*^~   6496 blog posts   55709 correct pred (72% accurate)
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You can ask TTE (concerned TTE near your destination, as in such long distance, four-five intermediate charting stations are there) for extension of ticket, by paying the balance amount. Since, Trichy & Madurai are nearby, so you should easily get vacant seat to the balance journey or continue on the same seat.
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