9 March 2017

Carrying of Identity Proof by Defence Personnel during Train Journey

Defence Personnel travelling o­n Military Warrant should carry their Original Identity Cards issued by the Defence Department during their journey. Similarly, the family members of the defence officials booked and travelling o­n warrant should carry their Medical Card or Family Identity Card issued by Ministry of Defence.

Instances of misuse of Military Warrant have been brought to the notice of Railways, where some civilians were found travelling o­n the authority of military warrant. Accordingly, the matter has been reviewed and it has been decided that passengers booked o­n a military warrant should carry their Original Identity Cards issued by the Defence departments during their journey.

Similarly, the family members of the defence officials booked and travelling o­n warrant should carry their Medical Card or Family Identity Card issued by Ministry of Defence failing which they will be considered as travelling without ticket and charged accordingly.

Defence Personnel travelling o­n Military Warrant should carry their Original Identity Cards issued by the Defence Department during their journey. Similarly, the family members of the defence officials booked and travelling o­n warrant should carry their Medical Card or Family Identity Card issued by Ministry of Defence.

Instances of misuse of Military Warrant have been brought to the notice of Railways, where some civilians were found travelling o­n the authority of military warrant. Accordingly, the matter has been reviewed and it has been decided that passengers booked o­n a military warrant should carry their Original Identity Cards issued by the Defence departments during their journey.

Similarly, the family members of the defence officials booked and travelling o­n warrant should carry their Medical Card or Family Identity Card issued by Ministry of Defence failing which they will be considered as travelling without ticket and charged accordingly.

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