Having delved into numerous articles on the development of the Kedarnath temple and the arrangements for helicopter transportation, I embarked on a curious exploration of the entire system. In my quest for knowledge, I directed my attention to heliyatra.irctc.co.in. Upon careful observation, I discovered that the helicopter service offers approximately 1500 seats per day, distributed across four time slots:
- The first slot spans from 6 AM to 9 AM.
- The second slot covers the time from 9 AM to 12 PM.
- The third slot accommodates passengers from 12 PM to 3 PM.
- Lastly, the fourth slot operates from 3 PM to 6 PM.
Interestingly, as soon as the booking site opens, the 6 AM to 9 AM slot becomes instantly unavailable, leaving only limited availability of less than 150 seats for the remaining time slots. This raises a pertinent question: Does India’s 5G network operate so efficiently that seats are fully booked within a second? In the IRCTC booking system, for instance, upon selecting a seat, the system sends an OTP (One-Time Password) which typically takes around 10 to 15 seconds to receive. Only after this step can one proceed to select names from the list.
Additionally, I am left pondering why IRCTC has established sales counters near Sirsi base, where Tatkal tickets are sold at a premium. The staff at these counters exhibit exceptional loyalty towards passengers who offer generous tips. This leads me to question why the government chose to grant the selling rights to IRCTC instead of allowing airlines to sell and operate flights. One cannot help but notice that IRCTC, as a company, has a track record of capitalizing on monopolistic trade practices with the assistance of government officials.
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