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Online system crashes, one window at railway stations to sell tickets: minister

RAWALPINDI: Railways Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed said on Thursday one-window booking office at railway stations in Rawalpindi, Lahore, Karachi, Multan, Sukkur, Peshawar and Quetta will open to facilitate people buying tickets.

In a video message posted on his official Twitter handle, he said people will now be able to buy tickets from these railway stations. The decision to open the one-window reservation office was made after the railways’ online booking system crashed due to a load of visitors, he explained.

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The window will remain open between 8am to 5pm and the defined standard operating procedures (SOPs) will be followed, the minister stated.

The railways resumed train service after a two-month suspension on Wednesday, as the government relaxed the lockdown restrictions enforced to stem the spread of the coronavirus.

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