ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Railways' Azadi Train began its 14-day long journey on Saturday from Margalla Station on the eve of 70th Independence Day of Pakistan, ARY News reported. State Minister Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb saw off the Azadi Train at Islamabad's Margalla Station. The Azadi Train comprises of five spectacular art galleries, depicting the sacrifices rendered by people in the independence movement. It portrays the culture of the four provinces - Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan , Khyber Pakhtunkhwa…
ISLAMABAD: The government will organise a special “Azadi Train” which will start its journey a couple of days before 14th August and cover the journey of 4000 km within one month before culminating in Karachi.