IRCTC website down: The Indian Railways Online Ticket Booking website and IRCTC Mobile App has Gone down for more than 2 hours on Tuesday June 20, leaving thousands of passengers and users facing inconvenience. Unable to book tickets, Passengers were seen queued up in major Railway Stations. The Un-Expected and Sudden Shutdown of both App and Rail Portal during the middle of the day made people suffer. An Error message was seen on the IRCTC online Portal saying
“Due to some system maintenance works the railway online ticket booking website was down. The Website was seen displaying a message ” DUE TO MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY E-TICKETING SERVICE IS NOT AVAILABLE. PLEASE TRY LATER.FOR CANCELLATION/FILE TDR, PLEASE CALL AT CUSTOMER CARE NO. 011-39340000,011-23340000 OR MAIL AT [email protected]”
The Exact time for the Maintenance of the official portal has not been mentioned and this left passengers in confused state of mind.
Minister of Railways Mr. Suresh Prabhu is very active on Twitter and he has came to the rescue of railway passengers who are in help. The official twitter handle of Indian Railways @IRCTC_LTD also very active in responding to the tweets of the Railway passengers.
So Seeking quick response from the concerned authorities many people has gone to twitter about the issue.Twitter has erupted with tweets of users who were unable to book tickets. Being wexed up with the Official site down, the passengers took twitter to express their concern. Check out the tweets of passengers expressing their anguish.
@sureshpprabhu – sir why irctc is not working – ? Is this how railway is transforming
— Pradeep singh (@string67) June 20, 2017
— Pradeep Rawat (@67pradeep) June 20, 2017
— Mohammad Shahzad (@t24shahzad) June 20, 2017
— Chetan G (@Chetan_G) June 20, 2017
— Swapnil Madankar (@maddy__dud) June 20, 2017
The Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation IRCTC has more than 3 crore registered users. On an Average the IRCTC portal alone is used to book over 6 lakh tickets.
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