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Prajval V

Copy of reservation chart for a train

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Prajval V

Hello,

Please provide a copy of reservation chart for Train number 16517 for coach ESC1 for 3rd July 2015.

Thanks

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Sunil Ahya

Dear Member,

 

Welcome to http://www.rtiindia.org

 

This forum will not be able to provide you with the information itself, but can guide you on how to obtain the same with the help of the provisions of RTI Act, 2005.

 

Please go through some earlier discussions on the same subject in the thread on the following link:

 

Need Reservation Chart of a Train.

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member,

You can get this information by filing RTI Application before the Central Public Information Officer in office of the Chief Commercial Manager, of concerned Railway.

 

You must give full details i.e. Train No., Date of commencement of Journey and Station, Coach No., PNR No. etc. Railway will charge Rs.1000/- per PNR, thus, you may have to spend lot of money if you seek information of whole train or whole coach. It is better to seek information with respect to specific PNR or berth Nos.

For guidance in writing and submitting RTI Applications, please refer to following links.

 

http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/karira/4403-guide-drafting-good-rti-application.html

 

 

Centre/State RTI Rules and Fees - Guide

 

 

How to submit a RTI Application - Guide

 

 

http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/raveena_o/1990-rti-time-scheule.html

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RAVEENA_O

Please file RTI Application with Central Public Information Officer of Bangalore Division of South West Railway or Palghat Division of Southern Railway. It is better to seek information with respect to specific PNR or Berth numbers since Railways will charge you Rs.1000/- per PNR.

 

Alternately, in case there was theft or lose of any article, you can make complaint with the Railway Police Station of the journey terminating station and follow it up with RTI Application for getting investigation report or action taken.

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