Pakistan stops services of 115 trains
Islamabad: Pakistan Railways has temporarily stopped the services of 115 trains due to a shortage of engines, a media report said Monday.
The railways were unable to run these trains in the absence of a relief package from the government, Geo TV reported.
President Asif Ali Zardari has summoned the railways officials at his office Tuesday to find out a solution to the problem.
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