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Indian Railways has introduced 71 non-reserved train services from April 5

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Five new trains will be ready to present services to passengers, the railway begins with the April 71 train services to passengers and five to the reserve can not see the train travel services as a solution. This was stated by Railway Minister Piyush Goyal. Passenger mail and express trains are operated by connecting the Northern Railway Zone. In the wake of the Coronavirus, digital bookings are being promoted by eliminating ticket booking desks. Tickets can be booked through the UTS On Mobile app.

Indian Railways has resumed this service. Indian Railways has directed the Zonal Railways to allow the UTS on-mobile application to issue tickets when non-reserved train operations start on any zonal railway. Customers can book tickets through the UTS mobile app or website. It is also possible through the website https://www.utsonmobile.indianrail.gov.in  You can register on the platform and avail of the service. For registration, details like name, mobile number, password and date of birth can be given. OTP is available on mobile. After registration, the user will receive an SMS.

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