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Sheikh Rasheed is going to Make World Record by Living in Train for a Month

Pakistan railway is facing some serious crises from the last many years. The government never took this issue seriously and this is the reason Pakistan railway never made any success. Ex-railway Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique showed some interest in this matter and tried his level best to make it a profitable organization. The New railway Chairman Sheikh Rasheed is taking a lot of interest in railways and made some outstanding decisions to put the things back on track. Due to his hard work, things are getting better day by day in Pakistan Railways.

On Friday, he made an interesting announcement that he wants to create Guinness World Record by spending one whole month on a train. According to him, he will travel place to place in trains from February 1st to 28th 2019. He added that he will eat, sleep and stay on the train for one month to make a world record. Everyone knows that he is very down to earth and loves to present in public. He said that Pakistan Railways is the second largest institution after Pakistan army and we have the capability that we can launch our own missile.

He announced two more freight trains before March 23rd and wants to give a gift to Pakistani people on Pakistan day. He said that will move freight trains head office to Karachi in the first week of February.  He also praised Prime Minister Imran Khan that he does not take off days on weekends so his whole team is inspired with his hard work and dedication. he promised that we will give our 100 percent efforts with full dedication to turn Pakistan railways into a profitable department.

The minister said that he will move his office to Karachi as well as the offices of GM Railways and chairman Railways.

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Noor Mani is senior tech correspondent and renowned professional writer from Pakistani local Newspaper Weekly Multan. She is a P.E.C accredited Electronics Engineer and has wide vision over technology and local media industry scope. She is now a Managing Editor at Web.PK. You can email her at noor @

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