Passengers on premium trains can soon rate on tablet PCs the food they eat. About 100 tablets have so far been given by the Indian Railways to on-board supervisors of IRCTC to record customers’ feedback.
The move comes two months after the Comptroller and Auditor General hit out at Indian Railways for serving food “unfit for human consumption” .
In a joint inspection conducted in collaboration with officials of Indian Railways at 74 stations and 80 trains between July and October 2016, the country’s top audit body observed grave deficiencies in the food hygiene standards. Read More…
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