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Now passengers to get favorite food in trains!

Tuesday - September 10, 2019 12:29 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Railways set to ready to introduce a new catering policy
Railways set to ready to introduce a new catering policy

Now passengers to get better food facilities in the train with the e-catering service

SEP 10 (WTN) - Many passengers have always complained about the quality of food available in the Indian Railways trains. There are hundreds of complaints every day about the food service provided by the canteen operated by the IRCTC on contract in the trains. The quality of food, filth during cooking and cases of asking more money to food are available for viewing, listening and reading. It is not that after receiving complaints of food, the Railways does not take any steps to resolve them, or does not improve the quality of food. In this context, the Railways is going to take a big step towards providing better food facilities to the passengers.

In fact, in order to provide better food facility to the passengers, the Indian Railways is preparing to change the current food policy of the train. For your information, let you know that for the convenience of passengers, the Indian Railways is going to introduce a new catering policy very soon. Under the new catering policy of the Indian Railways, along with the e-catering facility in the train, different food will be available according to each class. The Railways is also going to include combo miles in its new catering policy. Apart from this, preparations are also being made to fix the food rate from Rs 40 to Rs 250.

In fact, there was a long-standing demand of the passengers that only ‘Thali food’ is provided in the train from the railway side, while many times the passengers want to eat something light or have a low budget. In such a situation, only food items like Puri-Sabji or Chole Bhature should also be included in the menu list. After the demand, survey and study of the passengers, the Indian Railways has decided that a new catering policy will be implemented soon. Under this policy, if a passenger has to eat something for 40 to 50 rupees, then he will be given options of Puri-Sabzi,Chole-Bhature, Rajma-Chawal or Kadhi-Chawal.

On the other hand, if the passengers want more items in food, that is they want the whole plate, then they will also have the option for that. In such a situation, 200 to 250 rupees will be charged for the entire Thlai from the passengers. Travelers will get plenty of food in this plate. That is, travelers will now be able to order food items according to their choice and budget.

However, the Railways claim that quality will be taken care of in both the meals. The aim of the new catering policy of the Railways is to provide food to the people according to their food choices and budget. According to the Railways, it is not possible to give lots of variety in less money. For those who want less food or have fewer budgets, food will be available for them in 40 to 50 rupees in such a situation. At the same time, a Thali of 200 to 250 rupees will be available for those who have to eat more and variety food.

The new catering policy of the Railways is focusing more on e-catering and food on order system. Gradually, the Railway is paying more attention to the expansion of e-catering and the steps for its expansion. The Railways believes that due to the e-catering facility, passengers will get good quality food along with variety in food. At the same time, e-catering will be able to provide food facility for passengers to every station and every train.

It can be said that this effort of the Railways is commendable. In the train, passengers have seen very little satisfied with the quality and variety of food being provided in the contracted canteen of the IRCTC. In such a situation, passengers will get a lot of benefit due to the convenience of different varieties of food in the train and the expansion of e-catering facility. Now it has to be seen how long the new catering policy of the Railways is implemented, and whether people like this new policy of the railway or not.