Craving comfort food? With Railway Ministry’s new catering policy, passengers can now order their favourite dishes onboard. IRCTC will now offer several meal options to passengers, ranging from affordable to deluxe.
Railway Board Chairman VK Yadav said, “So if the passenger wants to pay Rs 50 for the meal at the time of booking the IRCTC train ticket, that can be opted for. For passengers wanting a more deluxe meal, there will be the option to pay for a more expensive thali, etc.”
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Here are other new features available to passengers:
1. The real-time train information system will allow passengers to track the trains and order meals on the go.
2. Live feed from IRCTC’s kitchens will be available to passengers.
3. An AI-based monitoring system will be used to track rodents and insects during the food preparation process.