Jungshahi railway station

Jungshahi railway station (Urdu: جنگ شاہی ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎, Sindhi: جنگ شاہی ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Jungshahi, Thatta district of Sindh province, Pakistan.

Jungshahi Station
جنگ شاہی ریلوے اسٹیشن
Coordinates24°51′20″N 67°46′21″E / 24.8555°N 67.7726°ECoordinates: 24°51′20″N 67°46′21″E / 24.8555°N 67.7726°E
Owned byMinistry of Railways
Line(s)Karachi–Peshawar Railway Line
Other information
Station codeJGS[1]
Preceding station   Jungshahi railway station   Following station
Ran Pethani   Line
Karachi–Peshawar Railway Line


The following trains stop at Jungshahi station:

Preceding station   Pakistan Railways   Following station
Awam Express
toward Karachi City
Bahauddin Zakaria Express
toward Karachi City
Bolan Mail
toward Quetta

See also


  1. ^ Official Web Site of Pakistan Railways

External links

2019 Quetta bombing

The 2019 Quetta bombing was a suicide bomb attack on an open marketplace in Quetta, Pakistan on 12 April, killing 21 people. The bombing took place near an area where many minority Shiite Muslims live. At least ten Hazara, including nine Shiites, were among the dead. Two paramilitary soldiers were also killed in the bombing. PM Imran Khan expressed condolences for the lives lost, directed the authorities to ensure the best medical treatment for the injured, and ordered an increase in security for Shiites and Hazara people. Lashkar-e-Jhangvi and ISIL later accepted responsibility for the attack, stating that "their target were Hazara people."


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Jinggangshan Airport, in Jiangxi province, China

Joan Stark, American artist

Johnson Grammar School, in Hyderabad, India

Journal of the Geological Society

Jungshahi railway station, in Sindh, Pakistan

List of railway stations in Pakistan

The following are railway stations located in Pakistan.

Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad

Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad (Urdu: آپریشن رد الفساد‎) is a codename of a combined military operation by the Pakistani military in support of local law enforcement agencies to disarm and eliminate the terrorist sleeper cells across all states of Pakistan, started on 22 February 2017. The operation is aimed to eliminate the threat of terrorism, and consolidating the gains of Operation Zarb-e-Azb which was launched in 2014 as a joint military offensive. It is further aimed at ensuring the security of Pakistan's borders. The operation is ongoing active participation from Pakistan Army, Pakistan Air Force, Pakistan Navy, Pakistan Police and other Warfare and Civil Armed Forces managed under the Government of Pakistan. This Operation has been mostly acknowledged after Operation Zarb e Azb.

The operation entailed the conduct of Broad Spectrum Security (Counter Terrorism) operations by Rangers in Punjab, continuation of ongoing operations across the country and focus on more effective border security management. Countrywide disarmament and explosive control were also given as additional objectives of the operation. The National Action Plan was pursued as the hallmark of this operation.

Tribal Areas
Capital Territory
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa


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