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IRCTC Increased Their Ticket Booking Limit Online

 Those who book train tickets online can now book 24 train tickets in a month on the IRCTC website and app if their user ID is linked to Aadhaar, otherwise, only 12 tickets can be bought, the Railways announced on Monday.

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So far, the Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) allowed people to book six tickets a month if the account is not connected to Aadhar and 12 if it is linked.

 “To facilitate passengers, Indian Railways has decided to increase the limit of booking maximum 6 tickets in a month to 12 tickets by a user ID which is not Aadhaar linked and the limit of booking maximum 12 tickets in a month to 24 tickets by a user ID which is Aadhaar linked and that one of the passengers in the ticket to be booked is verifiable through Aadhaar,” the ministry said in a statement.

Officials said this will be helpful for frequent travellers as well as those using the same account to book train tickets for family members.

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