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Explained: Air India controversy: What is the difference between Hindu and Muslim food? Understand everything here

Sagar Patel

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Air India controversy: What is the Hindu-Muslim dilemma? Understand everything here

Whenever you spend thousands of rupees and fly in business class, you want your trip to be comfortable. But imagine, if something happened during your plane trip that you couldn’t recover from, how would you feel? How would you feel if even after spending three times as much you don’t get a seat or are given very poor quality food? Something similar happened with a business class passenger on an Air India flight…

When the matter escalated, the Congress MP also expressed concern over the distribution of food items such as Hindu and Muslim meals on Air India. In such a situation, let us know what is the difference between Hindu and Muslim food on Air India flight.

What is the problem?

In reality, a passenger named Vineeth K cannot recover from the experience he had on the Air India flight from Delhi to Newark (Delhi – Newark (AI 105). Recently, Vineet had joined Air India from an office job. business class from Delhi, India to Newark (Delhi – Newark (AI 105). He spent five lakh rupees on the return ticket on this route. But his journey turned into a nightmare. Apart from this, he also had to spend Rs. 5 lakh for the return ticket on this route. It was found to be of poor quality and now the issue with Air India is heating up.

Congress MP took a dig

On Monday, June 17, Congress MP Virudhu Nagar Manickam Tagore also expressed concern over religious labeling of Air India food. While sharing the screenshot of Air India website, he shared Hindu and Muslim views. The Congress representative demanded that the Ministry of Civil Aviation act on this matter. Addressing the RSS to label Hindu-Muslim meals, he asked if Air India had been captured by the RSS. In such a situation, let us tell you what to eat on Air India for Hindus and Muslims…

What is the Hindu-Muslim mile?

According to the Air India website in the screenshot shared by the Congress MP, the food menu for Hindus and Muslims is different. There are two options within Indian food: Indian vegetarian food and non-vegetarian Indian food. In Indian vegetarian food, passengers are provided with all types of vegetables, fresh fruits, nuts, legumes, dairy products, tofu, cereals and vegetable gelatin. This vegetarian diet does not include any type of meat or meat by-products, fish, seafood, eggs or animal gelatin.

Non-vegetarian Indian food

Now if we talk about non-vegetarian Hindu food, this food is served to the flight passengers who follow the Hindu religion. Among the non-vegetable foods served to passengers, they are offered meat, chicken, fish, eggs, milk, dairy products and cereals, while no beef or meat by-products or raw or smoked fish are served.

Apart from this, Jain food is also offered.

Apart from this, Jain food is served to people from the Jain community who are pure vegetarians. Jain flour includes only those fruits and vegetables that grow above the ground. Animal products, seafood, eggs, dairy products, brinjal, cabbage, broccoli and root vegetables such as onion, mushroom, ginger, garlic, potato, carrot, beetroot, radish and turmeric are not served at all in Jain food. Kosher meals are served to passengers who follow Jewish customs. This food is prepared taking into account the dietary needs of the Jews.

Diet meal options also available.

Apart from this, flight passengers are also provided with meals as per medical and dietary requirements, which include diabetic food, gluten-free food, low-cholesterol and low-fat food, low-salt food and lactose-free food.

Sagar Patel

Sagar Patel

I am Sagar Patel, specializing in business news reporting. With a keen focus on economic trends, market analysis, and corporate developments,

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