Tezgam incident: 6 railway officers suspended
On Tuesday, six Pakistan Railway officers were suspended for showing negligence while performing their duties. Their negligence at work caused death of 75 people in a fire in Tezgam Express on October 31.
According to the Pakistan Railways, the officers were of 17 and 18 grade.
The administration has suspended Karachi Division Commercial Officer Junaid Aslam, Assistant Commercial Officer Ahsanul Haq, Sukkur division assistant commercial officers Abid Qamar Sheikh and Rashid Ali and deputy superintendents of the railway police Dilawar Maimon and Habibullah Khattak.
The decision was taken after an inquiry conducted by the federal government inspector of railways. He will submit a detailed reports in the next two weeks.