New Delhi [India], October 14 (ANI): The Indian Railways has decided to run a 'special Rajdhani' train between Delhi-Mumbai, without flexi fare and will take two hour less than the two existing Rajdhanis, and will start from October 16.
The train between Nizamuddin Station and Bandra Terminal will have 'specialised' catering facilities, where the passengers can choose to not opt for the catering services.
"It's a trial movement, so we have started it for three months and it will be reviewed after three months," Railway Board, Mohd Jamshed told ANI.
Jamshed further said that the base fare of the train will be 20 percent higher than the existing Rajdhanis, but will not have flexi fare system.
fare on the new train will be Rs. 2925.
In the AC three-tier, the passenger is charged the maximum fare of Rs 3270 while Rs 2325 will be charged on this train.(ANI)