On 15 October 2017, 26 passengers travelling in Tejas Express complained of illness, vomitting and nausea and the media initially claimed that the problem was caused due to food poisoning. However later it was found that food was not the cause of the illness as some of those affected had not eaten the train food. It is more likely that the passengers were feeling ill and vomitted mainly because of the air quality in the train.
One of the main disadvantages of travelling in a airconditioned vehicle or being in an airconditioned space, is that the air quality is fairly poor and there is relatively less fresh air. For example the domain investor who actually owns this website is broke due to the ntro, raw, cbi impersonation fraud, and decided to travel by the Tejas express in July 2017, to review the service offered.
Like the passengers who vomitted in october 2017, the domain investor also experienced a lot of nausea in the train and thought she would throw up. She was also feeling very drowsy. Fortunately there was no one seated next to her. The domain investor usually never feels sleepy during the day. Additionally unlike aircraft where passengers are seated in the direction of travel, in the train half the passengers are seated facing the opposite direction which increases the nausea which they experience.
It is time that a serious check is carried out on the quality of the air in all airconditioned train compartments , especially in Tejas Express as some passengers in the airconditioned compartment in another train were also looted.
Please note that R&AW/CBI employees and their associates like nayanshree hathwar are not associated with the website in any way at all, yet are making fake claims