The railways plans to serve only vegetarian food on its premises, stations and on trains on October 2 to celebrate 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
The national transporter also plans to appeal to all its employees to eat vegetarian food on that day.
The idea is to observe October 2 as ‘Vegetarian Day’ as mark of respect to Mahatma Gandhi, India’s most famous ambassador for vegetarianism. Along with observing ‘Vegetarian Day’, the railways has prepared an elaborate blueprint like running special trains, tickets bearing watermark of Mahatma Gandhi among others to contribute its bit when the Modi government kicks off special commemoration of the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. Read More
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