The statements of the PML-N and the JUIF on the issue of the Azadi March are being contradicted.
According to the details the chairman of JUIF Maulana Fazal ur Rehman is refusing to postpone the meeting.
All the caravans will arrive at the designated place according to the schedule, he said
Maulana Fazal ur Rehman said, we are going to change the destiny of Pakistan through this Azadi March.
According to the sources, Pakistan Muslim League-N Secretary General Ahsan Iqbal said, the October 31 public meeting has been postponed, Against government policies, this gathering will now take place on November 1, 2019.
It delays because of the loss of valuable human lives in a tragic accident, he added
Spokesperson of PMLN, Maryam Aurangzeb also said, United opposition parties postponed the gathering today.
She also said, the October 31 rally has been postponed because of Rahim Yar Khan’s incident.
The leader of JUIF, Akram Durrani said, the rally will stage tomorrow after Friday prayer, The convoy will arrive in Islamabad late at night.
Akram Durrani also said, our people will spend a night in the venue.
According to the sources, President of PMLN, Shahbaz Sharif also postponed his plan to visit Islamabad.
Be clear that dozens have reportedly been wounded, whereas, 74 have been confirmed dead after 3 bogies of Tezgam train caught fire near Liaquatpur.
Rescue teams arrived at timely basis and moved the injured to Liaquatpur hospital.
Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rashid blamed the passengers for bringing stoves into the train, saying Railways was not at fault.
The coach where the cylinder blasted was booked by the Taleeghi Jamaat’s men.
They were boiling eggs on the gas stove to have breakfast when it exploded with a huge blast.
Train was stopped at Liaquatpur station, and will be resumed within two hours, Sheikh Rashid confirmed.
Aijaz Ahmad, CEO Pakistan Railways said that the incident occurred after the gas cylinder exploded.
10 firefighter vehicles were deployed to extinguish the fire. Pakistan Army contingents have also been dispatched to the area to take part in rescue and relief activities. An Army Aviation Helicopter was airlifting the injured from the site of the incident.
Prime minister expressed deep grief and sorrow over the loss of lives in the accident and tendered his condolences towards the families whose loved ones died the mishap.