IRCTC received Rs 63 crore as convenience fee from rail travellers in September
Updated : November 16, 2019 01:46 PM IST
The central government had decided to scrap the service fee on e-booking of tickets three years ago to promote digital transactions.
Before it, the government was charging Rs 20 per ticket on non-AC category and Rs 40 per ticket on air-conditioned tickets.
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