Railway Ministry and Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu have already proved on multiple occasions that they are ready to step up as and when passengers travelling in Indian trains require assistance of any kind.
So after a terrified woman tweeted about a suspicious man in train and a man asked for help for his ailing father and railway ministry providing prompt help on both the occasions, this time Railway Ministry extended their help to students of Asian School, Dehradun who tweeted to the Ministry for help.
Incident happened on train Kumbh Express travelling from Haridwar to Howrah. Train was left stranded because of dense fog and its route was diverted also. So, the train was running 7 hours late and had no pantry. Students knew about the recent incident of a woman recieving help from ministry after a tweet and they decided to tweet to railway minister and again Railway Minister promptly acted and provided the help to these hungry students.