ISLAMABAD: An exceptional “Azadi” train, arranged by the Pakistan Railways to check the 70th Independence Day of Pakistan, and begins its countrywide journey from Margalla Railway Station, Islamabad on Saturday.
Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb introduced the train and saw it off before today.
The Azadi prepare comprises of five workmanship displays, represented with pictures of individuals who relinquished their lives amid the freedom development, while six buoys are additionally part of the train.
Sacrifice of Pakistan Armed Forces and Indian hostility in possessed Kashmir has additionally been shown at the photo exhibitions.
The flouts highlight the culture of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, Balochistan, Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir.
As indicated by the timetable, the train leaves Islamabad at 12:30pm today and will achieve Peshawar at 4:30pm around the same time.
It will restart its adventure at 10:30am on the following day from Peshawar and touch base at Rawalpindi at 7:15pm, where it will remain for two evenings.
The train will again set off at 9:15am on August 15 for the following goal, Lahore, where it will reach at 10pm.
Outlines of Pakistan Armed Forces inside the “Azadi” train.
It will remain at Lahore station for two evenings and leave for Multan at 9am on August 17. It will land at Multan at 11:30pm and following a night’s stay, begin its adventure at 9am and achieve Khanpur at 7:19pm around the same time.
The Azadi train will stop at Khanpur for one night and on August 19 at 8:30am; it will withdraw Khanpur for Sukkur, where it will reach at 8pm.
Following a night’s stay at Sukkur, the train will leave 9:30am on August 20 and will break its voyage at Sibbi at 7pm to remain for the night.
The train will leave Sibbi at 7am on August 21 for its next goal Quetta, where it will reach at 5pm.
The train will remain there for two evenings and begin its adventure back to Sukkur at 7am on August 23. It will achieve Sukkur at 7:30pm and remain for one more night and on August 24; it will leave for Nawabshah at 8am.
It will achieve Nawabshah at 7pm and after that achieve Hyderabad by means of Tando Adam.
The train will remain at Hyderabad for one night and leave for Karachi Cantt by means of Kotri. It will finish up its trip in Karachi at 6pm on Aug 25.
Pakistan Railways police will give exceptional security to the train with the assistance of local police.