KARACHI: Seeking a comprehensive report from the federation over recent accidents in Ghotki, Judge Gulzar Ahmad found that the court did not allow the sale of even a single section of the railway.
In opening a letter on the refusal to take the abduction, the Supreme Court ruled that Railways’ activities in Pakistan were in the wrong hands, and called on the government to take action to ensure the safety of passengers.
Expressing his concern about the proposed sale of railway station in Sindh, the court ruled in his favor, “The court has informed the federal government that it is planning to sell railway station in Sindh and a related meeting was held at Governor House in Karachi,” the court said. is approaching the court to remove the confiscation on its farm, but the other side appears to be planning to sell the railway station.
The Court ruled that not one inch of rail could be allowed to be sold and the Supreme Court would prohibit this. The court, while ordering the government to issue a detailed report of the shipwreck in Ghotki, found that Railways’ activities in Pakistan were in the wrong hands. The court has asked the government to take action to ensure the safety of passengers.
The court also differed from what the Minister of Railways had done after the Ghotki highway accident which demanded that the government urgently monitor the route from Khanpur to Ghotki and Sukkur to Karachi.