Free catering for five passengers from four stand operators if bills are not paid

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Officials from the division’s commercial department checked the food stalls at the local train station. The stand operators expressed displeasure about the fact that the bill for the food had not been paid. As part of the No Bill, Food is Free campaign, money was returned from five passengers from four booths based on a CCTV review. This way the passengers got free food.
There is no bill-no-pay system at all stands, including food and drink in stations and trains. After that, all stand operators have to invoice the customer for the purchase of an item. If the invoice is not paid, the customer does not pay. No Bill No Pay stickers were placed on any of the stands. Nevertheless, the stand operators do not adhere to this rule. They don’t pay bills for food, etc. They also ask more money from customers. In light of these complaints, a No Bill-Food is Free awareness campaign was launched late on Saturday evening, led by Senior Divisional Commercial Manager Rupesh Kumar. The deputy commercial director, RN Trivedi, checked the stands together with other officials. When he reached RPF’s CCTV surveillance room on platform number two, he took an inventory of the activity of the catering booths located on various platforms. The stands that did not pay bills were marked. Afterwards, after visiting these stands, the money was reimbursed to the customers by the stand operator on site. A total of five passengers received cash refunds from four stalls and free groceries were provided. Then all stand operators were instructed to pay the bills to the passengers. At the same time, the passengers were also made aware of the need to deduct the invoice for the purchase of goods at the refreshment stand.

Officials from the division’s commercial department checked the food stalls at the local train station. The displeasure of the stand operators was expressed that they did not pay the bill for the food. As part of the No Bill, Food is Free campaign, money was returned from five passengers from four booths based on a CCTV review. This way the passengers got free food.

There is no bill-no-pay system at all stands, including food and drink in stations and trains. After that, all stand operators have to invoice the customer for the purchase of an item. If the invoice is not paid, the customer does not pay. No Bill No Pay stickers were placed on any of the stands. Nevertheless, the stand operators do not adhere to this rule. They don’t pay bills for food, etc. They also ask more money from customers. In light of these complaints, a No Bill-Food is Free awareness campaign was launched late on Saturday evening, led by Senior Divisional Commercial Manager Rupesh Kumar. The deputy commercial director, RN Trivedi, checked the stands together with other officials. When he reached RPF’s CCTV surveillance room on platform number two, he took an inventory of the activity of the catering booths located on various platforms. The stands that did not pay bills were marked. Afterwards, after visiting these stands, the money was returned to the customers by the stand operator on site. A total of five passengers received cash refunds from four stalls and free groceries were provided. Then all stand operators were instructed to pay the bills to the passengers. At the same time, the passengers were also made aware of the need to deduct the invoice for the purchase of goods at the refreshment stand.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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