By – Aditi Gupta

Since June 1st, reservations for virtually every train have been sold out. The trains’ AC coaches are now completely booked as a result of the intense heat.

Now that summer break is nearly over it is ending slowly. However, the final phase of the Lok Sabha elections, which are being held across the nation in phases, is also swiftly approaching. Many people who had left cities in different states to return to their villages desire to get back their jobs in this situation. However, their return trip won’t be as straightforward because, as of the first week of June, almost all of trains that travel to Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, and Gujarat are sold out of confirmed seats.

Since the first week of June, bookings for nearly every train have been sold out. The trains’ AC coaches are likewise crowded as a result of the intense heat. In such a scenario, the only option available to those who traveled to their towns to cast votes and those who went on summer vacation are Tatkal or special trains. The majority of the trains from Delhi and Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, to Maharashtra, Gujarat, are reportedly full. There will be ticket waiting in the trains until the end of June. Other than this, there are no seats left in the trains that move through Delhi from Maharashtra and Gujarat to Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. These trains are packed with sleeper class seats as

Tickets are in great demand till June 15. Trains from the nation’s capital, Delhi, to Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh have been fully booked through June 15. Trains that go from each of these states to the capital city of Delhi experience the similar conditions. After June 20, seats in the AC wagons of the summer special trains between these states are available. There are seats available in numerous trains departing from New Delhi for South India beginning in the second week of June. However, the trains that go from South India to Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Maharashtra are still full.

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