Cash-strapped Pakistan Railways will seek "help and guidance" from India in order to make its operations economically viable, Railways Minister Khwaja Saad Rafique has said.
Pak Railways may be finally on the road to revival, as the govt has reportedly approved projects worth Rs 287 billion ($3 billion).
Jaafar Express, which began its journey from Rawalpindi, reportedly reached Quetta at least 35 hours after its scheduled arrival time.
An explosive device was reportedly attached to the Quetta-Sibi railway track in Sariab area and the bomb was detonated with a remote control.
The Pakistan Railways` General Manager has been arrested by National Accountability Bureau over corruption.
The cash-strapped Pakistan Railways is seeking financial help from underworld don Dawood Ibrahim.
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