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Pakistan Railways announces 5 special trains for Eid

Pakistan Railways on Tuesday announced to run five special trains for Eid-ul-Fitr to facilitate travelers.

According to spokesperson of Pakistan Railways, a schedule for the special trains had been issued on the directives of Railway Minister Shaikh Rasheed Ahmed.

Bookings for the special trains will commence from tomorrow, May 29. Passengers can buy tickets online as well as from the reservation offices, he said.

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The first train will depart from Karachi to Peshawar on the morning of June 02. The second train will depart for Quetta on the same day. The third train will depart from Karachi Cantt Station for Lahore. On June 08 an Eid train will leave from Rawalpindi for Quetta. The fifth special Eid train will leave for Karachi from Lahore on June 08.

Passengers will be granted 50 percent special discount on Eid day, spokesman said.

Samra Mazhar

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