Passengers could be in for a disappointment as most of the onboard entertainment systems in Tejas Express do not work. Sources said this has been the case for over two months.
“Railways has to ensure all LCD screens are working as several passengers choose this train only because of its facilities. Though Tejas provides several advanced facilities, it is disappointing Railways is not taking any step to rectify minor issues of this train,” said R Balakrishnan, a passenger.
Railways have so far not announced the privatisation of this train, but unions alleged the transporter is purposely ignoring the complaints against Tejas as it is set to go to private hands. Read More
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