Indian Railways now allows you to monitor food preparation at the Railways Kitchen

  • Rail Drishti monitoring section allows passengers to monitor their food preparation live in the Indian Railways kitchen.

  • Piyush Goyal, Indian Rail minister urged passengers through twitter to monitor camera feed of the IRCTC kitchen.

  • Rail Drishti brings key details from various stations on a single platform, which aims to promote transparency and accountability.
Now you can watch the chef’s live scrambling eggs or preparing your vegetarian meal in the Indian Railways Kitchen. In a tweet today, Piyush Goyal, Indian Rail minister, urged passengers to monitor camera feed of the IRCTC kitchen to keep a check on the hygiene of food prepared in the IRCTC Kitchen.

The portal was launched by Union Minister of Railways Piyush Goyal, called Rail Drishti. It brings key details from various stations on a single platform, which aims to promote transparency and accountability. The portal is easily accessible through any digital device which supports the internet. It offers information in 15 different categories and makes it easier from the user to track out all queries related to Indian Railways on the same platform.

The section monitoring listed on the Rail Drishti website allows you to direct to Indian Railways kitchen Live, where 27 sub-folder with different stations are listed. Each station listed on the website has two sub-sections, namely ‘cooking area’, and ‘packing area.’

The service section on Rail Drishti offers to help passengers with queries about Passenger Name Record (PNR), Freight Numeric Record (FNR) and file complaints related to Indian Railways. It also allows passengers to book train tickets, enquire about rail reservation and over-dimensional consignment (ODC) approval.

The monitoring section on the website not only allows passengers to track down their food preparation in the Indian Railways kitchen. It also has a sub-section that allows monitoring of consumer grievances, bills and e-procurement service.

The ‘Trains on Run’ section allows you to track down your trains live just like uber and ola. The section allows you to select the train you booked and track down the recent station it was last at. Another section listed ‘station’ allows you to familiarise yourself with the station by looking at the pictures. It has all major stations listed including Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur and Chennai and more.

The platform also provides access to Indian Railways cultural heritage and memorable journeys. It also has important links, which makes it easier for the customer to look for important sections like ticket booking and PNR tracking.

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