1 min read.Updated: 17 Oct 2020, 07:17 AM ISTTamal Nandi
Passengers will be provided a covid-19 protection kit travelling in the IRCTC's Tejas Express trains
All the passengers will go through thermal screening and hand sanitization process before boarding the coaches of Tejas Express
Indian Railways' first corporate trains, the Lucknow-New Delhi(Train No-82501/82502) and Ahmedabad-Mumbai(Train No-82902/82901) services will start from today after the services were suspened on 19 March.
The two Tejas Express services are the first set of trains run by a corporate entity, IRCTC, a subsidiary of the Indian Railways.
In a statement, IRCTC has said that," IRCTC has conducted an extensive training programme to educate and train its team of employees of Tejas Trains to manage the operations of the trains and provide services according to the 'New Normal' amidst covid-19 pandemic and to follow the Standard Operating Procedure(SOPs) ensuring passengers safety."
According to report published in Hindi daily Hindustan, there will be no dynamic pricing in the Tejas Express trains under the current situation.