The Central Railway (CR) is giving a renewed push to its efforts to spread awareness about the “No bill – No payment” policy, and provide digital payment gateways at all stalls in the Mumbai division. The Indian Railways last year introduced the policy to ensure passengers are not overcharged, and they are provided with a bill for whatever they buy.
“A special drive related to `No Bill, No Payment’ was conducted from July 2 to July 11 to promote the use of digital payment for catering services, and it was ensured that e-bills were issued to passengers on every purchase from catering units,” said Sunil Udasi, chief spokesperson, CR.
He said stickers and posters displaying “Food Free Without Bill” and “Don’t Pay If Bill Is Not Issued messages in English, Hindi and Marathi have been exhibited at various places in station premises. Read more
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