Indian railways has announced to start another service on the train. The facility of e-catering (E Catering) for the passengers in the Railway Train is going to start again on February 1.

Railway Ministry has given permission to IRCTC for this. It is being started from select railway stations of the country. Please tell that due to Corona mahamari, the railway had to stop all services along with the train. IRCTC has tweeted this information.

With this facility of IRCTC, passengers can order their food from favorite restaurant online. At the time of ordering, passengers will be told at which station and in what time their Meal will arrive. The passenger will not need to go anywhere. The food will be delivered to their seat.

Railway Ministry gave permission

The Rail Ministry has given permission for the e-catering service Rail Restro (IRCTC) authorized by IRCTC. Rail Restro has been given strict guidelines, including thermal scanning of restaurant staff and delivery personnel at various times during operation, cleaning the kitchen at regular intervals, use of protective face masks or face shields by the restaurant staff and delivery personnel. is.

Agreement with big companies

IRCTC has joined hands with many big food companies. During the journey in the train, passengers will now get ready-to-eat food of many well-known companies including MTR, ITC, DUNCAN, Tiger Goat, RK Caterer, Haldiram. Actually, due to Kovid, only special trains are running at the moment and pantry system is currently banned in these trains. In such a situation, the railway is liking the concept of ready to eat miles in these trains. Also, the Railways also want to see how much the new concept of food is being liked by the railway passengers?

Railways is preparing this

According to sources, the Railway Ministry is preparing to remove the pantry car in about 300 trains. Third AC coaches will be replaced in place of these pantry cars. This will increase the chances of passengers getting a confirmed seat. Also, earnings from railway passenger fare will also increase.

This is how food will be served in the train

To provide food to the passengers during the journey, the railway is preparing IRCTC-operated base kitchens near major stations for railway catering. Through this, food will be made available in the trains from which the pantry car will be removed. Not only this, passengers will be given the option to order e-catering or online food in the train.

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