Pakistan

Broken welding joints of track caused Dharki train crash: report

LAHORE/ SUKKUR: The initial investigation report on the Ghotki train accident revealed on Tuesday that the incident “occurred when a welding joint of the track broke, causing derailment of the Millat Express train bogies”.

Over 60 people were killed and more than 100 were injured on the wee hours of Monday morning Sir Syed Express and the Millat Express collided near Ghotki. The initial report has been forwarded to Railways Minister Azam Swati.

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