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Shortage of ‘Rail Neer’: Central Railway allows 5 other brands at stations

On an average, 2 lakh passengers travel via Pune railway junction daily. The actual requirement of the packaged drinking water is that of 19,200 litres per day.

By: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: July 15, 2019 4:39:29 pm
indian railways, rail neer, rail water, indian railways water, irctc, irctc catering, indian railways news The quantity supplied to the Pune junction every day is 7,200 litres, which is less than half of what is required. (Photo by Ritesh Shukla )

Due to a shortage in supply of Railways’ own packaged water brand ‘Rail Neer’, the Central Railway has allowed the sale of five other brands at various railway stations, except Pune railway station, for a limited time period.

On an average, 2 lakh passengers travel via Pune railway junction daily. The actual requirement of the packaged drinking water is that of 19,200 litres per day. However, the quantity supplied to the Pune junction every day is 7,200 litres, which is less than half of what is required.

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