Indian Railway: There is no information about the window seat of sleeper and AC coach on the ticket. Where there is a window, there is a full lower seat. The seating arrangement on the window seat is in the chair car. It does not happen in sleeper or AC coaches.
Indian Railway: If you too often travel in the train, then you must be aware of the rules related to railways. Talking about sleeper or AC coach, here the seats are in the order of lower, middle or upper. But have you thought that who has the right to sit on the window seat? Maybe not! Coaches also have different rules for lower and middle classes. Let’s talk today about the right to sit on the window seat.
Window seat allocation in the chair car
Actually, there is no information on the ticket about the window seat of the sleeper and AC coach. Where there is a window, there is a full lower seat. In such a situation, how is it decided who will sit on the window seat? Actually, the location of sitting on the window seat is in the chair car. This does not happen in sleeper or AC coaches.
Passengers decide mutually
In such a situation, how is it decided who will sit on the window seat and who will not. Actually, the seat allocation is different in these coaches. Let us tell you that there is no specific rule set by the Railways for sitting on the window seat in the sleeper or AC. It is mutually decided who will sit where. In such a situation, passengers sit anywhere according to their own accord.
By the way, it is believed that the lower seat passenger has the right on the side of the window in the lower seat. Similarly, the passenger with the middle berth in the middle and the upper seat towards the corner sits. Let us tell you that the right to sit on the lower seat is only during the day. From 10 pm to 6 am, the passenger has the right to sleep in his seat. In the meantime, even the TTE cannot disturb the passenger.