Short-circuit the reason behind Pakistan train fire | Master Stroke Full

31 Oct 2019 11:07 PM

Short-circuit the reason behind Pakistan train fire | Master Stroke Full

Updated 31 Oct 2019 11:07 PM

A passenger of Tezgam train has disputed the statements of Railways Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed that the incident took place due to gas cylinders carried by Tablighi Jamaat members. At least 73 people were killed and dozens wounded after a passenger train erupted in flames in central Pakistan on Thursday enroute to Rawalpindi from Karachi. This is the second major train accident in Pakistan this year. In July, 24 people were killed, when the Akbar Bugti Express travelling from Lahore to Quetta collided with a stationary freight train at the Walhar Railway Station in Sadiqabad Tehsil of Punjab province.

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