The announcement was made by Northern Railways General Manager Ashutosh Gangal.
However, the price has been enhanced to Rs 30 per platform ticket in order to prevent unnecessary crowding at the stations.
At other stations, a decision will be taken according to the demand, a Northern Railways spokesperson said.
The Railway Board had permitted the sale of platform tickets, authorising its divisions and zones to take individual decisions based on the Covid scenario in their areas.
“Now, zones are opening up in a graded manner, based on ground situations,” the spokesperson said.