The Pakistan Railways would be launching two more new trains for the facilitation of the people of Sindh province from Tuesday, as informed by the officials of Pakistan Railways.
The Mohenjo-Daro Passenger would be run between Kotri and Rohri, while the Rohi Passenger would be operated between Sukkur and Khanpur.
The fare between the Kotri and Rohri of the Mohenjo-Daro Passenger would be rupees three hundred and twenty for the distance of three hundred and eighty-one kilometres, the fare between Kotri and Sehwan Sharif is rupees one hundred and fifty, fare for Larkana would be rupees two hundred and eighty, for Dadu it would be one hundred and ninety rupees and the fare between Kotri and Habibkot would be three hundred rupees.
For the Rohri Passenger train, the railways have fixed the fare between Sukkur and Khanpur which is at rupees two hundred for the distance of two hundred and twenty kilometres, the fare for Sadiqabad is rupees one hundred and eighty, the fare from Sukkur to Rohri is fixed at rupees twenty-five, while the fare from Sukkur to Rahim Yar Kahn would be one hundred and ninety rupees.
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As per a PR spokesman, the railways would be introducing ten new trains by the end of 2018 on the instructions of Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed—the Railways Minister.
The railways had already inaugurated the operations of three trains which includes Rawalpindi Express, Faisalabad Non-stop trains and Mianwali Railcar during the month of September. On an average, almost six hundred passengers have been travelling by the newly launched trains.
The spokesman said that a train for the low-income people would be launched soon for the people travelling between Karachi to Peshawar.
The railways on the instructions of the PR Minister is also making plans for increasing the number of freight trains from ten to fifteen within the time frame of one hundred and twenty days.
Additionally, all reservation offices throughout the nation would remain open until midnight at 12:00 for the facilitation of the passengers whereas the working of the reservation offices would further be raised and would remain open twenty-four seven soon.