A video of a heated complaint from a train passenger about a packet of tea premix has gone viral on social media platforms.

The passenger questions the 'halal-certified' tag stamped on the chai premix packet to a railway official.

Halal certification ensures food products comply with Islamic dietary laws and are permissible for consumption in Islam.

The chai premix packet contains purely vegetarian ingredients, as confirmed by the railway official.

The incident sparks discussions about religious dietary requirements and their portrayal on packaged food items.

The term 'halal' translates to 'permissible' in English and refers to food items that are allowed in Islam.

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