Rail Tracks In Karachi, Hyderabad And Nawabshah Blown Up

KARACHI: Train services have been suspended after rail tracks in Karachi, Hyderabad and Nawabshah were blown up with explosives on Friday morning, DawnNews reported.

KARACHI: Train services have been suspended after rail tracks in Karachi, Hyderabad and Nawabshah were blown up with explosives on Friday morning, DawnNews reported.

At least two people were injured in two explosions which hit the railway track near the Baloch Colony bridge area of Karachi. The injured have been shifted to Jinnah Hospital.

Train services at both the Cantt and City railway stations have been suspended.

Railway tracks were also blown up in two bomb blasts near the Hussainabad area in Hyderabad and the explosion in Nawabshah occurred between the Nawaz Dahri and Sarhari Railway stations. No casualties have been reported in either city.

Train services on both up and down tracks in all three cities were suspended immediately after the explosions

Explosions in all three cities are reported to have occurred within minutes of each other and appear to be a coordinated attack.

Police said that the explosions have caused considerable damage to the railway track.

Rescue teams have been dispatched to blasts’ site in all cities and police have cordoned off the area.

Meanwhile, train schedules on both up and down tracks in all three cities have been suspended, railway authorities said.

Bomb disposal squads have been called in at the blasts’ scene to determine the nature of the explosions.

DAWN