Railway’s Reservation Offices reopened from today: Sheikh Rasheed

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LAHORE: Railways Minister Sheikh Rasheed on Saturday announced that all the reservation offices across the country had been reopened from today as passengers were facing hardships in online booking.

Speaking at a presser here, the minister said that from today onwards each train will comprise on at least 17 bogies.

Talking about the sugar scandal, he said that the prime minister would not spare those found involved in it.

He said the petrol prices were about to increase again after a cut, therefore, the hoarders are waiting for it.

“I don’t see any role of the opposition in the country”, the railways minister said, adding that the opposition parties only play in front of the media.

Rasheed said that Shehbaz Sharif wanted to play a role of a reconciliator but Imran Khan had no interest in this.