Pakistan and India have agreed to increase railway traffic between the two countries as a delegation of Pakistani officials returns to the country after holding talks with their Indian counterparts. Talking to reporters at the Wahga Border. Railways Operations Director Shafiq-ullah said Indian officials have agreed to increase the number of weekly cargo trains between the two countries to 150 from 60 as well as run Thar Express twice every week. He also stated Indian Railways Minister Lalo Parsad Yedev will visit Pakistan in the up-coming days.