The special train service for Christians has been extended till the first of January.
This was announced by Federal Railways Minister Sheikh Rasheed in a press conference in Rawalpindi on Wednesday.
He said the government believes in “serving the people of Pakistan irrespective of the faith or religion they follow.”
In reference to PPP’s plan to hold a public rally in Rawalpindi, he said the people of this city believe in politics of honesty and righteousness and the government welcomes the opposition to their city.
In addition, he announced to hold a rally in Larkana.
In response to the criticism by the opposition, Rasheed said Prime Minister Imran Khan fully adheres to accountability without which democracy is not complete.