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However, it said the IRCTC has provides a value-added service of direct integration to some banks which would allow speedy transactions and reconciliations.
"Since direct integration comes at an added cost to the IRCTC, these banks were asked to share a part of their transaction charges with IRCTC," it said.
A senior official of the IRCTC said that it was not possible for it to bear cost of individual linkage to bank websites.
"IRCTC had asked banks to share the revenue earned from online tickets because of these value-added services but some banks refused," he said.
The IRCTC has said that if banks are willing to give the facility of zero transaction charges on their debit cards to rail ticket customers then it will give them the facility of direct debit card integration also.
The statement has further said that banks should abide by the RBI guidelines regarding transaction charges on debit cards by charging only 0.25 per cent on transactions of up to Rs 1,000 and a maximum of 0.5 per cent on transactions of values between Rs 1,000 and Rs 2,000.
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