Pakistan's Karachi-Rawalpindi Tejgam Express explodes in a huge explosion, burning three coaches; 65 death
Sketch Artist - A major train accident took place in East Punjab morning of Pakistan on Thursday morning. The Karachi-Rawalpindi Tejgam Express train there exploded after burning three bogies. The death toll has risen to 65 in this. Geo News gave this information to the District Police Officer of Rahim Yar Khan, Aamir Timur Khan.
Portrait Artist -According to the information received, Tejgam Express was going from Karachi to Rawalpindi at the time of the accident. Meanwhile, a passenger's gas cylinder exploded. Railway officials have confirmed the explosion of the gas cylinder. It is being told that the passengers were preparing breakfast when this explosion occurred.
Portrait Sketch Artist Near Me - Railway Minister Sheikh Rashid said that the crashed rail line would be repaired in two hours and traffic would be restored after that. He said that the fire has been brought under control and now cooling efforts are being made there.
Portrait Artist In Gurgaon - Three coaches of the train were completely damaged in the accident, including two economy and one business class coaches. Aijaz Ahmed, chief executive officer of Pakistan Railways, said the train operations had not been affected by the incident. Expressing grief over the deaths of the people in this accident, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has instructed the authorities to make arrangements for the best treatment of the injured.