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Islamabad: At least 30 people were killed and 50 injured when two passenger trains collided in Pakistan’s Sindh province on Monday. According to Dawn News, the accident took place near Dharki town in Ghotki district. According to officials, after the Sir Syed Express train from Lahore to Karachi derailed, it collided with the Sargodha-bound Millat Express train. Pakistan: Extremist Islamist leader Saad Rizvi Imran Sarkar gets headache, arrested
Due to this, the coaches of Millat Express train overturned. Ghotki Deputy Commissioner Osman Abdullah confirmed the deaths and injuries. He said the death toll could rise as more people are trapped under the overturned coach.
Speaking to Geo News, Abdullah said that 13 to 14 coaches had resigned and six to eight coaches had been completely damaged in the incident.