Indian Railways Baggage Rules: Now you cannot carry luggage more than this limit while traveling in Railways, know the guidelines of Railways.

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Indian Railways Baggage Rules: Now you cannot carry luggage more than this limit while traveling in Railways, know the guidelines of Railways.
Indian Railways Baggage Rules: Now you cannot carry luggage more than this limit while traveling in Railways, know the guidelines of Railways.

Railway Baggage Rules: If you regularly travel by train and carry a lot of luggage with you, then this news is for you. Railways has set some rules regarding luggage. Now passengers will be able to take only a limited amount of luggage with them during train journey. If you are not aware of it then it can cause a lot of trouble.

Railway Baggage Rules: Every person likes to travel by train across the country. You can carry a lot of weight with you while traveling by train, but the Railways has some rules regarding the luggage you can carry with you. Due to lack of knowledge of this rule, passengers also have to face problems.

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You may have to pay a fine for carrying more luggage than the prescribed limit. Regarding this, Sonpur Division has issued a press release giving information about how much weight you can carry on a train ticket. Free baggage allowance varies across categories.

The limit of free luggage for a child above five years and below 12 years is 50 kg. You are allowed to take half your luggage with you. Railways impose heavy fines for non-compliance. In such a situation, caution should be taken before travelling.

How much luggage can be carried in which class?

  • In First AC class 70 kg, Marginal 15 kg, Maximum (including free) 150 kg.
  • In second AC class 50 kg, marginal 10 kg, maximum 100 kg.
  • In Third AC category 40 kg, marginal 10 kg maximum 40 kg.
  • In slippers category 40 kg, marginal 10 kg, maximum 80 kg.
  • In second class category 35 kg, marginal 10 kg, maximum 70 kg.

fine may be imposed

Railways has also fixed some margin in case a passenger finds more than a certain amount of luggage during the journey, but if luggage heavier than this is found, there is a provision of a fine of six times the booking amount. Also, if banned items are found, action can be taken by RPF and GRP. There is a provision even for jail.

Do this if you have extra stuff

If the passenger has big and heavy luggage then he will have to book it by showing the ticket at the parcel counter. That luggage can be carried in the luggage vehicle. For this, the rate fixed by Railways will have to be paid at the luggage counter. With this, problems arising during travel can be avoided.

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Explosives, dangerous inflammable objects, empty gas cylinders, smelly goods, acids and other dangerous liquids, hydrochloric acid, toilet cleaning acid, all types of dry grass, leaves or waste paper, oil, grease etc. while traveling in train. Can’t take. , ,

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