Pakistan Railways Facing Economic Crisis, Oil Stock Remaining For Three Days, No Fund For Salary And Pension | Pakistan Crisis: Pakistan Railways facing economic crisis, only three days oil stock left, salary

Pakistan News: These days Pakistan Railways is in a serious crisis because only three days oil stock is left here. A report has claimed that the country is facing a serious economic crisis.

According to a report in Pakistan’s Dawn newspaper, the condition of Pakistan Railways (PR) is very bad. Its passenger and freight trains are being run with only three days of oil reserves. A senior official of Pakistan Railways has requested Railway Minister Khwaja Saad Rafiq to pay attention.

A few days ago only one day’s stock was left

He said that squeezing oil reserves drop by drop for train operation for a month makes it clear that Pakistan’s financial condition is really in dire straits. The official has said that a few days ago the stock of oil was left for only one day, forcing the Railways to limit its freight operations.

Railway will default

Significantly, this has never happened in the history of Pakistan Railways. According to the report, the officials have even warned that if the government continues to ignore the department, the railways will become a defaulter. The report also claimed that Pakistan Railways is unable to pay salaries to employees and pension to retired officers.

Let us tell you that the railway employees are very upset due to this. Recently, train drivers have decided to stop trains and go on strike across the country. Because he did not get his salary even on 20 December.

According to the Dawn report, Pakistan Railways has miserably failed to generate and increase revenue to overcome the financial crisis. Along with this, he seeks help from the government to meet his rising expenses. Under the policy, the Railways is required to invite and engage the private sector in its operations, especially freight operations.

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