Train service resume in Pakistan after two months: Pakistan Railway
Train service resume in Pakistan: The train service from today 20 May 2020 after two months of closure due to coronavirus, scheduled released for different cities of Pakistan, Pakistan Railway announced.
For the convenience of the people, Pakistan Railways has announced to run trains from Karachi on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr.
Two days ago, Prime Minister Imran Khan had approved the launch of train service across the country, after which Railway Minister Sheikh Rashid had announced to run 30 trains from May 20.
The schedule of trains from Karachi to different cities has been announced by the Railway Minister on Twitter.
As Trains resume in Pakistan, Scheduled Announced
— Sheikh Rashid Ahmed (@ShkhRasheed) May 18, 2020
The Awami Express will leave Karachi for Peshawar at 10 am. The fast departure from Karachi to Rawalpindi is scheduled for May 20 at 6 pm.
Khyber Mail will leave Karachi for Peshawar at 11 pm. GreenLine will leave Karachi for Islamabad at 9 pm on Wednesday.
Pakistan Express from Karachi to Rawalpindi will leave at 1 pm. Pak Business from Karachi to Lahore will leave on May 20 at 4 pm.
The Karakoram Express will leave Karachi for Lahore at 2.30 pm. The Shah Hussain Express will leave Karachi for Lahore at 7 pm on Wednesday.
The Millat Express will leave Karachi for Lala Musa at 5 pm. The Allama Iqbal Express will leave Karachi for Sialkot at 2 pm. The Sukkur Express from Karachi to Jacobabad will leave at 9.40 pm.
Pakistan Railways says, under the SOPs, 40 percent seats in trains will be left empty, passengers’ family is not allowed to come to leave the passenger on the station.
According to the Pakistan Railway officials as trains resume in Pakistan passengers must follow the SOPs, the passenger will be fined first for violating safety measures, the railway police will remove the passenger from the train if the passenger violates the SOPs.
For more information visit https://www.pakrail.gov.pk/
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