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Charging Of Sr. Citizen Traveling On Concession?  
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Jul 30 2011 (13:21)
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Charm Totally Vanished*^~
Charging Of Sr. Citizen Traveling On Concession?

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Jan 13 2014 (13:03)
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AKGarg*   Added by: Sudarshan*^~  Jan 13 2014 (16:08)
My query is
A senior citizen male has unreserved ticket from Bhatinda to Delhi. He wants to travel in AC Char Car (CC). Seats are available. How much he has to pay to TTE on board?
Options are:-
(1) Adult fare of CC
minus he has paid at UTS for UR ticket.
(2)Senior Citizen male fare of CC minus he has paid at UTS for UR ticket.

Jan 13 2014 (14:31)
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Charm Totally Vanished*^~   Added by: Sudarshan*^~  Jan 13 2014 (16:08)
Senior citizen concession is not available, when we get reservation thru TTE on board. He is required to pay the full difference of reserved CC fare less the normal fare payable by an adult, subject however to availability of seat. Further senior citizen concession availed on gen unreserved ticket will not be collected, if he has age proof.

Jul 30 2011 (13:20)
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Charm Totally Vanished*^~   Added by: Charm Totally Vanished*^~  Jul 30 2011 (13:21)
Charging Of Sr. Citizen Traveling On Concession
No. 360-P/Sr. Citizen/2001
The issue regarding charging of senior citizens traveling on concession, who do not produce age proof during journey, has been examined. MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS HAVE DECIDED THAT IN SUCH CASES, ONLY THE DIFFERENCE OF CONCESSIONAL FARE PAID AND NON-CONCESSIONAL FARE PAYABLE SHALL BE CHARGED. PENALTY WILL NOT BE CHARGED IN SUCH CASES. Necessary instructions have been issued to all concerned immediately.
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