19 killed as train collides with bus carrying Sikh pilgrims in Pakistan

At least 19 people have been killed when a train carrying Sikh pilgrims collided with a train in Pakistan.
Most of those killed in the tragic accident were residents of the western Pakistani city of Peshawar. Two of them were children, police said.
The bus collided with the Karachi-Lahore Express train at an unguarded railway crossing near the town of Sheikhupura in Punjab province, a government official said. Bdnews24.com
The bus killed 19 passengers. Most of them are Sikhs They were on their way to Farooqabad from Nankana Sahib.
The BBC reports that 10 more people were injured in the crash. However, it is believed that there were no passengers on the train among the casualties.
There have been several other fatal accidents on Pakistan Railways recently.
More than 70 people were killed when a train on the Karachi-Rawalpindi route caught fire in November last year.
In 2019, there were more than 100 such accidents on Pakistan Railways.