State-run IRCTC, which would be running the two Tejas trains, may just compensation passengers if the country’s first ‘private’ train is late by over an hour, said reports on Monday.
The first Tejas is planned to begin running between Delhi and Lucknow from this October. A leading daily reported that while the IRCTC plans to keep the fares comparable with the Shatabdi, it is mulling on throwing in some extras; a second meal and vending machines for free tea and coffee being two of those.
“While Railways serves breakfast, people are hungry by the time they reach Lucknow at lunchtime. So, we want to offer some snacks, which can sustain them till they finish their meeting and go for lunch,” an IRCTC executive told the daily. Read More
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