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Pindi-Khewra tourist train to be reopened from November 23

Following the directives of Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafiq, Pakistan Railways (PR) has decided to restart the tourist train between Rawalpindi and Khewra. According to Shahid Saleem, Joint Director, Pakistan Railways Advisory and Consultancy Services (PRACS), a subsidiary of Ministry of Railways, Rawalpindi-Khewra tourist train will be restarted on November 23.

He said that initially the trains will cover the areas including Taxila, Attock Khurd, Rohtas Fort, Mangla Dam and Khewra and later it will also be extended to other tourist places of the country.

Copyright Associated Press of Pakistan, 2013


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