They also tweeted the rate list for the passengers and asked them to report any discrepancies in the prices. Passengers will be charged Rs. 30 and Rs 35 for veg and non-veg breakfast and lunch will cost Rs 50 and Rs 55 respectively.
Complaints poured in soon after the prices were posted on Twitter. Some even had suggestions.
Railways also plans to set up state-of-the-art mechanised base kitchens at various stations to pick up fresh food every two hours of travel. Railways has also separated cooking and distribution of food under the recently launched new catering policy. Indian Railways serves 11 lakh meals every day and a new catering policy is a welcome change.
(With inputs from PTI)