Pakistan railways introduced online system to book online railway ticket and you can check train times using this system. Using of this online railway ticket booking system is quiet easy and very simple to understand. In this article you it is described in detail how you can make sure online railway ticket booking using internet from anywhere, you don’t need to go railway station.
Procedure is simple, when you click on button you will redirect to Pakistan railways website’s online railway reservation page. Here you will need to login to your account for further proceedings. If you don’t have registered account with Paksitan railways than you can click on register account and fill the given form. You have to enter you name and mobile number in required fields. Then enter you CNIC number and select your nearest railway station and other details in fields. At the end enter the captcha code same as given in the picture and click on register button. You will receive confirmation SMS on your given mobile number, enter this code and submit. Now your account is registered and you will redirect to dashboard where you use this online system for online railway ticket booking.
For pakrail online booking open the link given below.
When you login to your account in Pakistan railways website you can use all features for online railway booking. You also have option to check train times. You also can previously placed orders if you booked any train e tickets in past. Railway help line numbers are also given in Pakistan railways dashboard, you can use these helpline in case of any problem.
Helpline: If you have any issue with railways system or management or you want to give any suggestion you can contact via email. And you can call on given number any time, it works 24/7.
Helpline Number: 042-99201738
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you purchase e ticket using online ticket booking system and you don’t get confirmation SMS then you can contact on 0308-4440479, this number is on 24/7.e
Pakistan Railways is an important transportation to reach the farmost corners of Pakistan and help to bring the distant areas come closer. It strengthens the economy of the country and promotes education, hence contribute to the development of the country. On 13 may 1861 first railway line between Karachi and Kotri was opened. Sir Henry Edward was the commissioner of Sindh and was the person who started this railway line in the sub continent. This first railway line was 105 miles long and was public traffic and it was doubled in 1897 as from Keamari to Kotri. After the partition Paksitan gained the total route of 5048 miles as its share to total railway line. Pakistan extended this railway line from Mardan to Charsada in 1954 and from Jacababad to Kashmore in 1956.
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