This Is How Minister Temjem Imna Along Made Rajdhani Express’s Food Viral
- Ranita Ray
Updated : September 05, 2022 03:09 IST
Along, the popular minister from Nagaland, loved the food served onboard Rajdhani Express and his tweet went viral
Temjem Imna Along, the Minister for Tribal Affairs and Higher Education, Nagaland, has been growing popular with his witty, jokey and amusing speech. He is one of the most searched politicians on the web. Recently, while travelling on Rajdhani Express, he posted a picture of the meal served on the train. The image of his tweet went viral, garnering a lot of reactions from the netizens. The picture included pulao, chapatti, dal, chicken curry, vegetable curry, omelette, curd and pickle. While the minister was taking a bite of the chapatti.
In addition to praising the food served onboard, he also mentioned Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw in his post. "Life is a journey, enjoy the trip; Food is life, never skip your meal! Grateful for the wonderfully served dinner at #RajdhaniExpress, humble Temjem Imna Along captioned the image.
He was travelling from Guwahati to Dimapur. Over 4000 people have already liked the tweet posted. The standard of the food served on trains is being praised by netizens.
"In response to his post, Railway Seva said, Sir, thank you for sparing your valuable time in writing to us. However, your feedback will boost our team energy to work with more enthusiasm."
Looking at the quality of his food, a few expressed that he might be getting the premium food and service, assuming he is travelling in 1st AC and the fact that he is a minister. Few commented: only for MPs and MLAs, not for the common man.
The political leader took note of everything and replied, "Railway Seva many are commenting they didn't get the same food. Kindly reply to them. For me, service was very good."
One user was optimistic about the food quality and replied to the Minister's tweet, "Indian Railways is progressing day by day. And in the coming days, Indian Railways will be counted among the world's topclass trains."
Temjem's humorous side was again evident when one Twitterati asked, "Are you believe in dieting?" To which replied, "No, I don't", and posted with a wink emoji.
We hope IRCTC will keep serving such high-quality food and garner praises even from politicians.