Pakistan: two trains collided in Sindh, so far 30 people died – rescue operation underway

two trains collided in Sindh

Islamabad: A major train accident has happened in Pakistan around 3.45 am on Monday morning. There has been a major collision between two trains in the Daharki area of ​​Sindh, Pakistan. According to Pakistan media, so far more than 30 people have died in this accident and more than 50 people are reported to be injured.

According to reports, there was a major collision between Millat Express and Sir Syed Express trains in the morning. However, rescue teams have reached the spot, and work is being done to rescue the people trapped in the bogies. The accident happened between Reti and Daharki railway stations near Ghotki.

According to Pakistani media reports, the bogies of the Millat Express train fell uncontrollably on the second track, and the Sir Syed Express coming from the front collided with it, after which four bogies including the engine of the Sir Syed Express train got off the track.

It is being told that Millat Express was going from Karachi to Sargodha while Sir Syed Express was going from Rawalpindi to Karachi. In this incident, 8 bogies of Millat Express derailed.