Islamabad: Railway Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed (Sheikh Rashid Ahmed) said that Pakistan Railways has completed the feasibility of modernizing Quetta-Taftan railway tracks Sex research report.
He was talking to Iranian Ambassador to Pakistan Syed Mohammad Ali Hussaini in Islamabad today. He said that from Quetta-Taftan rail track, which will be upgraded at a cost of Rs. 112 billion, trade and passenger traffic between Pakistan and Iran will increase.
The federal minister expressed his hope that under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), rapid cooperation between Pakistan and Iran in the railway sector will be promoted.
Railway Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed (Sheikh Rashid Ahmed) also visited Islamabad Prime Minister Imran Khan today.
The Minister advised the Prime Minister on the development of the ML-1 railway project.