भारतीय रेल द्वारा COVID संकट के दौरान बंद की गयी ई-केटरिंग सेवा को अब चुनिंदा स्टेशनों पर 1 फरवरी से पुनः शुरू करने जा रही है।सुरक्षा संबंधी सभी नियमों का पालन करते हुए यह सेवा शुरु की जायेगी, जिससे यात्रियों के लिए बेहतर एवं मनपसंद खानपान की व्यवस्था उपलब्ध होगी। pic.twitter.com/hZ0JFyJhP4— Ministry of Railways (@RailMinIndia) January 30, 2021
Starting February 1, passengers travelling by trains on select routes will be able to enjoy hot and tasty food.
The catering arm of the Indian Railways — Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) — will resume its e-catering services at 62 stations in the first phase.
New Delhi, Howrah, Patna, Vijayawada and Ernakulam among others are those stations that have been chosen for the first phase of resuming the service.
The IRCTC had temporarily suspended this service last year on March 22, due to COVID-19 guidelines and the subsequent lockdown.
In a tweet, the Ministry of Railways stated that the service will be resumed by following all safety guidelines, and passengers will be able to order tasty food again.
Here's how you can order food:
IRCTC had started the e-catering service in 2014, where passengers could order food of their choice from reputed brands through phone or online while travelling on trains.