Tightening of security at railway stations ordered
(Daily Times) LAHORE: The divisional superintendents of the Pakistan Railways and the police have been asked to tighten security at railways stations and increase patrolling of railway tracks across the country, sources told Daily Times on Monday.
“The Railways Ministry has sent a letter to the divisional superintendents and the police to ensure security at railways stations and of the tracks,” sources said.
Divisional Superintendent Muhammad Khalid said that security had already been tightened at railways stations. “Special equipment has also been provided to the police officials to check passengers’ luggage,” he said, adding that police patrolling of tracks had been increased.
He said the number of police personnel had been increased in all major trains. Staff report
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