My Recent Experience with Indian Railway... Read On...
Hey Guys. You might think that Indian Railway has improved its quality of food as u can see Lipton tea kiosks on railway stations along with other tea stalls but do you really think they have improved their quality. Read this and let me know if u still think that...
I was on my way to home. I had to board the train at Ludhiana railway station. At Ludhiana railway station, i decided to take tea. I had two options, one was to purchase tea from a tea stall and the other was to purchase it from a Lipton kiosk. I looked at the Lipton Kiosk, it was clean, no flies and 20 Liter Bisleri Bottle was placed on the Machine for water supply. I thot its gonna work so i decided to go for Lipton.
After the shopkeeper gave me tea, the 20 Liter Bisleri bottle (The bottle placed above the tea machine that is used for supplying water to the machine for preparing tea) became empty. I thot the shopkeeper will replace it with a fresh bottle of Bisleri, but what i saw, i was completely shocked.
He didn't replaced it with a fresh Bisleri bottle.
He didn't even filled it from the Railway Station Drinking Water supply.
He went in between the railway tracks and filled that bottle from the water supply, the same water supply that is used for filling water to the train coaches for toilet and wash purpose and the water that is declared unsuitable for drinking purpose by railway authorities.
He did it just bcoz filling it from a drinking water supply may take a little more time as water from there flows slowly but water for coach supply flows very fast so it takes only 30 seconds to fill the whole bottle.
I was completely shocked to see that.
Guys Plz avoid eating open food at railway stations coz u hav no idea how that stuff is prepared.