Since the rise of Internet usage, people have started doing most of their work online. After the introduction of online facility, the most relief was for the passengers buying railway tickets, where earlier they had to stand in line for several hours to buy railway tickets, but now after the online facility, people buy tickets with the help of internet from home. Let’s take it. While booking railway tickets, an agent booked 426 tickets from IRCTC site in less than 1 minute. The agent has booked all the tickets, which is quite surprising. After which the railway has registered a case against that agent and it is being investigated. The RPF Railway Police Force has registered a case and initiated action against the agent and is investigating how an agent has booked 426 tickets in less than 1 minute.
The name of this ticket booking agent is Mohsin Jallianwala, who is from Ahmedabad. This booking agent booked 426 tickets in 1 minute costing ₹ 11,17,000. A case has been registered in RPF and is trying to arrest the accused. Currently, this booking agent named Mohsin is absconding and RPF is searching for it. Book 426 tickets in less than 1 minute, let us know that it takes at least 90 seconds to book a ticket from IRCTC side. In such a situation, the question arises how this booking agent can book 426 tickets in less than 1 minute. Even if the internet speed is very high, it is not easy to book 426 tickets in less than 1 minute. In such a situation, one thing is decided that this agent, who booked the ticket through the internet, had a contact of some railway officer. Due to the contact of a senior railway official, he has done this and booked 426 tickets in less than 1 minute.