Mysore-Varanasi Express Passenger Complains to Indian Railways of No Cleaning On Train, Gets Schooled on Internet For Littering; See Tweets

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A passenger travelling in Mysuru-Varanasi Express on Saturday complaint about the poor services of housekeeping staff of the Indian Railways. Twitter users schooled the passengers for littering the train compartment.

Mysuru, July 7:  While Twitter may prove helpful for many citizens, a passenger travelling in Mysuru-Varanasi Express on Saturday was trolled by users for highlighting the alleged poor cleaning services of housekeeping staff of the Indian Railways. Prashant Jaiswal shared a picture of his AC compartment littered with used bottles and food packs on Twitter. According to Jaiswal, the housekeeping staff in the train did not clean the compartment for two days. Indian Railways Likely to Disable Emergency Chain Pulling System in Trains That Pass Through Bihar; Here’s Why.

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Jaiswal tweeted, “I m traveling to in Mysore Varanasi express 16229 3rd AC since 2 days no housekipping no cleaning what is going Indian railway for what we r paying Indian Railway. No care of passengers(sic)” After Jaiswal’s tweet went viral, instead of questioning the railways, netizens started schooling him for littering the compartment. Indian Railways to Exempt 40 Rajdhani, Shatabdi and Duronto Trains from Dynamic Pricing Scheme.

Jaiswal's Tweet:

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Here are some of the Twitter reactions:

ONE OF THE TWITTER USERS ADVISED JAISWAL TO STOP SULKING

TWITTER USER ARCHANA TRIVEDI SLAMMED THE PASSENGER FOR NOT USING A DUSTBIN

ANOTHER TWITTER USER TAUGHT HIM A LESSON NOT TO LITTER THE RAILWAY COMPARTMENT

TWITTER USER ANIL SINGHAL ASKED JAISWAL TO CLEAN THE COMPARTMENT

ONE OF THE TWITTER USERS ADVISED HIM TO USE THE FACILITIES PROVIDED BY THE INDIAN RAILWAYS PROPERLY

In April this year, the Integral Coach Factory (ICF) rake of Mysuru–Varanasi Express was replaced with Linke-Hofmann-Busch (LHB) rake. LHB coaches are designed on German technology and have in-built safety and comfort features. The Mysuru–Varanasi Express runs twice in a week. It departs from Mysuru every Thursday and leaves from Varanasi every Saturday.