Passenger finds ‘yellow paper’ in samosa served on train; This is what IRCTC answers

There have been incidents in the past where people discovered strange things in their food while eating. Be it a high-class restaurant or a roadside dhaba, such incidents have happened everywhere. Recently, however, a train passenger traveling from Mumbai to Lucknow found a ‘yellow paper’ in a samosa he received from IRCTC’s pantry. A passenger with a Twitter username like Aji Kumar took to Twitter to draw the attention of IRCTC officials to the incident. “I’m on my way to Lucknow today 9-10-22 I bought a Samosa to eat.. Took a few portions and finally this is in it… Look at the yellow paper in somosa… It’s served by the IRCTC pantry person on the train No. 20921 Bandra Lucknow train…. Started train 8-10-22..” read the tweet.

Netizens were surprised by this incident and went to support the passenger. “Everything in the railway system is getting worse day by day including ticket confirmation and mainly they just charge money like everything else everything is under control don’t understand what is the situation with poor people This is what developing India is money robbing” read another tweet.

This soon came to the attention of the IRCTC and concerned officials apologized. “Sir, sorry for the inconvenience. Please share PNR and Mobile No in DM,” IRCTC replied in a tweet.

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IRCTC resumed cooked meals on all trains from February 14 after the service was shut down last year due to Covid-19 restrictions. Since January, service for cooked food has been restored on 80 percent of trains. However, ready meals will also remain available on demand.

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