QUETTA   -   The train service that had stopped at Quetta railway station around 40 days ago after a railway bridge at Mach section was washed away by monsoon floods could not be restored as yet on Tuesday. 

Sources said that the situ­ation had now prompted the authorities to mull oper­ating the trains either from Mach or Sibbi until and un­less the bridge was not re­paired. They disclosed that it could take three months to repair the bridge. On the other hand, train service has been restored between Quetta-Chaman and Quetta-Taftan after repair of the tracks connecting these destinations. 

Meanwhile, Pakistan Railways has also increased fares for the passengers of all classes.