Over 20 passengers hospitalised after eating train food!

As per reports, more than 20 people fell ill on the Goa-Mumbai Tejas Express after they consumed the food on the train.

Around 26 passengers fell sick after eating the pantry food. The train had to be stopped and the sick passengers were rushed to a hospital in Maharashtra's Chiplun.

The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation-IRCTC has tweeted that the passengers are now out of danger and are recovering.

The food on the train is served by IRCTC catering and samples have been taken for investigation.

Tejas is one of the premium trains of Indian Railways, which runs between Goa and Mumbai.

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