New Delhi: Traveling by train is an experience in itself and it becomes even more exciting when you have your tea, coffee and food orders delivered to your seats. However, travelers on premium trains must have encountered the dilemma of whether or not to place an order due to fear of service charges.
Now, to encourage people who do not pre-book their food when booking the ticket, Indian Railways has waived the charge. Days after the Central Consumer Protection Authority (CCPA) banned hotels or restaurants from automatically adding a service charge to the food bill, railways removed the levy of service charges on food bills. food orders placed during the trip.
This has now been resolved by the railways by removing the service charge levy, however, passengers will still have to pay an additional 50 rupees for breakfast, lunch and dinner ordered during the journey.
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Charges for all groceries will be the same for both categories of passengers on these trains, if a prepaid train is late.