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SpiceJet is giving tickets to people coming to vote in Delhi for free

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New Delhi, Feb 3 Affordable airline SpiceJet on Monday said it would give “hundreds of free tickets” to some people who are going to vote in the Delhi Assembly elections on February 8. The company says that these passengers will not have to pay the base fare, they will only have to pay taxes and other cesses. The company has clarified that people will have to apply for these tickets online and their selection will be done by the internal panel of the company. The selected passengers will have to pay all taxes, cess, levy and other charges. Under ‘SpiceDemocracy’, the company said that if any eight

New Delhi, Feb 3 Affordable airline SpiceJet on Monday said it would give “hundreds of free tickets” to some people who are going to vote in the Delhi Assembly elections on February 8. The company says that these passengers will not have to pay the base fare, they will only have to pay taxes and other cesses. The company has clarified that people will have to apply for these tickets online and their selection will be done by the internal panel of the company. The selected passengers will have to pay all taxes, cess, levy and other charges. Under ‘SpiceDemocracy’, the company said that if someone is going to Delhi on February 8 and returning the same day, they will refund the base fare on both tickets. At the same time, if someone is going on February 7 and returning on February 8, Or going on February 8 and returning on February 9, the base fare of one side ticket was waived. For this, people will be able to register online by February 5. Selected passengers will be notified on February 6.



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