Continuity of policies imperative for development: Saad

F.P. Report

ISLAMABAD: Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique has said that continuity of policies is imperative for sustainable development in all departments.

Talking to newsmen after inaugurating revamping of Pakistan Railways’ Golra Museum here on Saturday, he said he has improved condition of Railways by working day and night.

The Minister said the next governments should work for increasing revenue of Railways. The museum is situated at Golra Railway Station that was established in 1882 during British rule and upgraded as junction in 1912.

It was the logistics artery of British India during the Afghan military campaigns at the turn of the twentieth century.  The museum was set up in 2003 with an aim of preserving and maintaining more than 150 years of Railways heritage in this region.

The museum consists of two main galleries. The first gallery displays the objects from 1881 of North Western Railways’ time to present.

In second gallery, Victorian furniture used in waiting halls with classic crockery, piano and long-arm rest chairs, self-style mirrors and other fixture and fittings is for public display.