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Between two stations Kanpur and Mumbai the first, second and third class fares were fixed in the ratio of 8:6:3. However, when Mr L Prasad, the railway minister, presented the railway budget, he reduced the first class fares by 1/6 and the second class by 1/12 in order to rationalize the fares vis-à-vis the second-class fares. In a year, ratio of the number of first, second and third class passengers were respectively 9:12:26 and the money at the booking offices was Rs 1,08,800. How much was paid by the first class passengers?