No more overcharging for food on Indian Railways trains! A few months ago Railway Minister Piyush Goyal had said that passengers on Indian Railways trains need not pay for the food they are purchasing onboard, if the vendor is unable to furnish a bill.
So, if you are a frequent traveller on Indian Railways, you would be glad to know that you can have your meal for free if you do not receive a bill for your food from the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC). Interestingly, to spread awareness about the same, the service staff of Kota Jan Shatabdi Express and Durg – Jammu Tawi Express has been provided with uniforms displaying the message “No Bill – The Food is Free”.
The step has been taken by Piyush Goyal-chaired Railway Ministry in order to educate passengers that they will not have to pay for their food if they do not get a bill for the same.
In addition to this, the national transporter has also mandated the service staff to carry POS machines to maintain transparency in billing procedures. Read More
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