In an environment-friendly move, the Railway Minister, Piyush Goyal, on Monday said that tea at railway stations across the country will now be sold in Kulhads and not plastic cups.
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The aim is surely to make railway stations plastic-free. Also, the commencing of Kulhads, once again, will become a source of income for locals across the country who indulge in making mud cups.
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“Tea is given in ‘Kulhads’ at nearly 400 railway stations in the country today, and in future, it is our planning that tea will be sold only in ‘Kulhads’ at all the railway stations in the country. This will be the contribution of the Railways towards a plastic-free India,” PTI quoted Piyush Goyal as saying.
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Well, honestly, chai tastes better when drank from kulhad.