Indian Railways to provide bulk cooked food with paper plates to needy

Train-RailThe inaugural run of the Tiger Trail Circuit Train from Delhi Safdarjung Station being flagged off by the Union Minister for Railways, Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu, through video conferencing between Mumbai and Delhi, on the occasion of the World Environment Day, in New Delhi on June 05, 2016.

Indian Railways has decided to provide bulk cooked food with paper plates to needy people from the locations where they have base kitchens of Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation-IRCTC.

Ministry of Railways in a statement said that IRCTC today supplied a total of 11030 lunch meal to needy people, migrant labours, few old age homes and others at locations including Delhi, Patna and Ranchi.  IRCTC will produce and provide food on demand.

Indian Railways and IRCTC are gearing up to meet any higher demand to provide food to needy in the times of COVID-19 lock down.  

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