Very soon you can expect better food and facilities in trains as Northern Railways is going to implement a new catering policy.
Northern Railway General Manager Vijay Kumar Gupta announced on Saturday that the division will also contract a new caterer.
Releasing the new timetable, Gupta said: “The food quality on trains operating under the Northern Railways will be much better from now. It is a continuous process. We provide food to around a lakh people daily.” The new schedule will come into effective from July 1.
Gupta also announced 42 new trains, including 33 express trains and nine passenger trains. Frequency of nine trains have been increased while the routes of 15 express and two passenger trains have been extended. To curb the menace of touts in railway bookings, he said the Northern Railways has constituted a team of officers and inspectors of the commercial department and Railway Protection Force to check all important outlets. Additional general manager BP Gupta, chief operating manager Mohd Jamshed, chief commercial manager Vijaya Sinha, divisional railway manager AK Sachan and other senior officers were present on the occasion.