Azadi Train schedule for September 21
The people, including a large number of students, who had been waiting for four hours, started full-throated national slogans as the train entered the station.
Rashid Khan, a resident of Pakpattan, told APP that people started gathering at the station around four hours ago and were eagerly waiting for the Azadi Train.
Member of Punjab Assembly Mian Naveed, who was also present at the station, said the Azadi Train through its carriages of floats showing culture of different provinces and picture galleries of heroes of war and Pakistan freedom movement was conveying a message of national solidarity among the people through its across the country journey.
Officer Incharge Azadi Train Muhammad Ali Chachar briefed the MPA about the train. Senior officials of Pakpattan administraion, including District Coordination Officer Irfan Sindhu were also present on the occasion.
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Earlier in the day, the Azadi train made stops at Haveli Wasawe Wala and Basir Pur stations where it was visited by a large number of people.
According to Chachar, the train would resume its journey to other cities, including Bahawalnagar, on Tuesday morning after a night stay at Pakpattan.
The Azadi Train has six historical galleries and six cultural floats of all provinces, including Azad Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan.