The death toll in the train accident in Pakistan stood at 62. Pakistan Peoples Party President Bilawal Bhutto demanded an immediate inquiry into the train accident. He alleged that ever since Imran Khan’s government came to power in 2018, rail accidents are also increasing.
Karachi. Pakistan The death toll in Monday’s train accident in Sindh province rose to 62 on Tuesday. Opposition parties have demanded that an immediate inquiry be conducted to find out the cause of this accident, one of the horrific train accidents in the country. It may be mentioned that ‘Millat Express’ going from Karachi to Sargodha had derailed on Monday and fell on the front tracks due to which ‘Sir Syed Express’ coming from Rawalpindi to Karachi collided with it. Due to the collision, the bogies of Millat Express overturned. The accident took place near Dharki town of Ghotki district of Sindh.
At least 62 people were killed and 100 others were injured in the accident, according to ARY News. Zia News quoted Divisional Superintendent of Railways in Sukkur Tariq Latif as saying that the relief operation has been completed and the tracks have also been cleared. 17 bogies were damaged in this accident, they and the engine have been removed from the tracks. He said, “We have got orders to restore rail services.” Railway Minister Azam Swati said that the railway tracks in Sukkur division are in a bad shape. Ordering a detailed inquiry, he said, “We have to find out the person responsible for this accident.”
Pakistan Peoples Party President Bilawal Bhutto demanded an immediate inquiry into the train accident. He alleged that ever since Imran Khan’s government came to power in 2018, rail accidents are also increasing. Many opposition parties, including Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz, Jamaat Ulema-e-Islam Fazal, demanded a parliamentary debate on the incident.
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