New Delhi: If you like to eat non-veg while traveling on the train then it is a bad news for you. Actually, the Railways has proposed a proposal which says that non-food food will not be served on train and train stations on Gandhi Jayanti.
If this proposal of railway gets approved, then on October 2, Gandhi National Park will be celebrated not only in the country but also in the honor of Mahatma Gandhi, the most famous advocate of vegetarianism, his birth anniversary will also be celebrated as Vegetarian Day.
According to a draft prepared by the Railways, the Railway Board has proposed a proposal in which food will not be served to passengers at railway stations and premises on October 2, 2018, 2019 and 2020. The central government has planned to celebrate Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth anniversary in 2020.
In addition to celebrating vegetarian days, Railways have planned to run a special salt rail from Sabarmati on March 12 for various stations connected with Gandhiji, to celebrate Sanitation Express and Dandi March.
Railways have planned to issue tickets with Mahatma Gandhi’s Watermark photograph. According to the Railway Board, this will require approval from Ministry of Culture as it is the nodal ministry to issue special memorial. Explain that there is facility of serving wages and non-veg food to travelers in the pantry of trains.