Now passengers will not have to line up at the inquiry counter to get information about trains. Video inquiry system will soon be available at the junction. For this, two LED TVs will be installed at the junction, which will be directly connected to the main inquiry counter. One LED TV will be installed at General Ticket Counter No. 11, while the other LED TV will be located at the inquiry counter premises. The work of installing a video inquiry system was started on Thursday. On the first day, the work of laying cable from the interrogation premises to the general ticket counter was done. According to the junction’s telecom inspector Sujit Kumar, the video inquiry system will be started in four to five days. The system will have three options for passengers to inquire from where they will be able to get information about the train.