The sale of advance train tickets for August 20 for the Eid-ul-Azha resumed as it was suspended for Server problem at Kamalapur and Chattogram Railway Stations from 10:30am today (Saturday).
Hundreds of ticket-seekers thronged Kamalapur Railway Station from early Saturday.
The sale of advance train tickets has begun from August 8 and will end on August 12.
The advance ticket for August 21 will be available on August 12.
Besides, the return tickets for the journey of August 24 will be available on August 15 and for August 25 on August 16, August 26 on August 17, August 27 on August 18 and for August 28 on August 19.
The sale of tickets was begun at 8 am and each passenger will be able to buy a maximum of four tickets.
Besides, nine pairs of special trains will run on different routes on the occasion of Eid.
There will be 1402 coaches with 229 locomotives.
Government Railway Police (GRP), Railway Nirapatta Bahini (RNB), Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) and Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) have been deployed at all the big stations for preventing the sale of tickets in black market while the deputy commissioners concerned will conduct mobile courts.
Meanwhile, plying of Dhaka-Kolkata-Dhaka Moitree Train will remain suspended from on August 21, 22 and the Bandhan express on August 23.