Tejas exp’s passengers fallen sick after having IRCTC’s food

 

DAINIK NATION BUREAU

Around 30 passengers of the Mumbai bound Tejas express fallen sick after consuming food served by the railways during their  journey today.  It has been confirmed by an official of Railway. The train is one of the premium trains of the indian railways and it connects Mumbai with Goa.

The passengers were served food by the IRCTC. They complained uneasiness so train was stopped at the chiplun station and all of them were admitted to the nearby hospital. It is being said that their condition are not serious.

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