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Pakistan Railways readjusts routes of four express trains.

ISLAMABAD, November 08, 2009 (Balochistan Times): Pakistan railway has readjusted routes and time schedule of four express trains while non stop train services between Rawalpindi and Lahore section which was initiated in the era of Sheikh Rashid Ahmad has been restored to facilitate passengers. Sources said that Railway administration has changed the routes of 5 Up and 6 Down Taz row ply between Karachi and Margalla Section. Now it will ply from Mardan to Karachi via Lahore section. This train service has also been upgraded into night coach. Similarly, 7 Up and 8 Down Tez Gam will ply from Margalla Railway station Islamabad to Karachi instead of Rawalpindi. While 104 Up and 101 Down non stop train services initiated by Sheikh Rashid Ahmad in his era has also been restored between Rawalpindi and Lahore. 13 Up and 18 Down Millat Express which ply between Karachi and Faisalabad has now been expanded to Sargodha while route of Super Express which ply between Sargodha and Karachi has also been expanded to Malakwal. Railway administration told that plying trains on these routes will increase revenue of railway.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Geographic Code:9PAKI
Date:Nov 8, 2009
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