Man Tried To Troll Indian Railways For Vulgar Ads !! Their Savage Reply Went Already Viral !!


Since online media became accessible to almost everyone, it became very common for any random citizen to interact with any VIP, politician or even to the government forums. Simply tagging them in a tweet makes them reply immediately.

Unlike celebrities or VIP’s who reply to their fans and followers very rarely, Indian Railways Seva’s twitter handle replies to each and everyone who tags their handle in order to solve their problem.

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In a bizarre conversation, aTwitter user got schooled by IRCTC (Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation) today for calling them out for the ads that were visible on their official app. It is the most hilarious thing you will witness today.

The user tweeted to IRCTC’s official account on the micro-blogging platform, tagging Piyush Goyal, Minister of Railways of India, along, saying that he was seeing obscene ads on the IRCTC app. He even added screenshots of the ads that he was seeing.

Check out his tweet here :

The Indian Railways promptly responded to the tweet on the micro-blogging site and asked Anand to clean his history and cookies to avoid such advertisements while booking his tickets.

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The reply from Indian Railways Seva read as “Irctc uses Googles ad serving tool ADX for serving ads.These ads uses cookies to target the user. Based on user history and browsing behaviour ads are shown. Pl clean and delete all browser cookies and history to avoid such ads”, 

Check out their reply here :

Here’s how the user who questioned replied to this tweet :

This reply from Indian Railways Seva received many reactions than the actual tweet and went viral in a matter of hours. The reactions this tweet received are all over the soicial media. Check out them here :

That’s absolutely savage from IRCTC !! What do you think on this ?? Comment your views below !!


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