‘Peshawar going to be railway hub after Gwadar’

PESHAWAR: (HRNW) Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed has said that the provincial capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Peshawar, will be going to become a centre of railway track after Gwadar, ARY News reported on Thursday.

Sheikh Rasheed, while talking to journalists in Peshawar, said Prime Minister Imran Khan has decided to inaugurate a new dry port in Azakhel on Friday (tomorrow). The railway authorities have taken a decision to give a gift of a new train to the national, he added.

“If we found it necessary, we will run a new train from Mardan instead of Peshawar. We have also reduced the train fares to half for our Pashtun brothers for the next 65 years and free travelling facilities for the elder citizens aged 75 and above.”

Be the first to comment on "‘Peshawar going to be railway hub after Gwadar’"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.