As reported by Hindustan Times, “The passengers broke the LCD screens while they were on the train, disconnected their wires, stolen the headphones and removed the power switch, which caused a significant loss to the railways. This is the reason for the removal. “
The railways offered LCD screens in the premium train, in which passengers could listen to songs, play games and watch movies for entertainment while traveling.
“We reviewed the Tejas Express and found that infotainment devices LCD, etc., were constantly being damaged,” said Ved Prakash, director of information and publicity, Railway Board. After this the railway decided to remove it. However, WiFi will be available for smartphone user passengers. “
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According to the report, the Senior Railway Board official said that the instructions to remove the LCD have been given in all the zonal railways. Since February, the railways have started removing LCD screens from all trains. Also, the Railways will continue the WiFi facility for premium trains only.