Federal Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique has announced plans to install surveillance cameras on passenger trains to make travel safer. Sources said the decision was based on multiple instances of sexual abuse and immoral behavior on passenger trains in recent years.
Pakistan Railways has installed surveillance cameras on its trains. The decision was taken at a meeting chaired by the Minister of Railways and attended by Railways Commission Chairman Zafar Zaman Ranja, Secretary of State for Railways Saeed Mazhar Ali Shah and other relevant officials. At the meeting, the Ministry of Railways was ordered to install surveillance cameras on trains to ensure the safety of passengers.
He added that passenger trains on the Green Line will be restored and will be available to the public from next month.Furthermore, after meetings with the District Commissioners and others, they said that the Division Supervisor (DS) said that the Rawalpindi Railway would be viable. urged the viability report to start a rail service between Malikwal and Pindadan Khan.
The Minister of Railways has already announced plans to upgrade the country’s five main railway stations to modern lines to ease the burden on passengers and help the sector generate more revenue.Information The station is slated to become a commercial hub for business activity through modernization, according to the company.
There are five railway stations: Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad, Peshawar and Quetta. A PR official said the decision was made in line with instructions from Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique. He added that measures were being taken.