JAIPUR: Traveling by train is a bit strange question, if you have done it at some time or not, you may have to do it. If you travel in the reservation compartment by taking a waiting ticket from the railway counter, be a little careful. Because doing so, you may have to eat the air of jail. This is because according to the rules of Indian Railways if a person travels with an unconfirmed ticket, it is a crime. There are many such rules that if you keep updated then you will not have to face such problems.
Under the Railway Act 1989, if a person travels with an unconfirmed ticket, legal action can be taken against him. Because in Section 55 of the Railway Act, doing so is considered a crime. At the same time, under Section 137, you can also be punished and fined for 6 months.
You can also book tickets from IRCTC website. If your ticket is not confirmed then the money gets refunded in your account. At the same time, taking a ticket from the railway counter does not automatically cancel, for this you will have to go to the railway counter.
If you book a ticket by going to the railway counter, if the ticket is not confirmed, do not worry, you can also travel in the General Compartment. Rail IRCTC also issues tickets in whose name is written on the ticket. No other person can travel through that ticket.
Men are not allowed to enter the compartment reserved for women in the train. In such a case, if a man enters that compartment, then he can be fined.
Many times people travel on the roof of a train, but to do so is a crime. You can also be imprisoned for three months in jail and a fine under Section 156 of the Railway Act. According to Section 167 of the Railway Act, smoking in a train is a crime. Such people can be fined. Also, the person who travels in a train after drinking alcohol or abuses, then the action is taken against such persons under Section 145 of the Railway Act. There is also a provision for six months in jail and fine.
According to the Railway Act, if a person is suffering from an infectious disease, such a person will have to take permission from the railway before traveling in the train. If a person does not do so, he / she can be removed from the train.