The image shows a railway track in Pakistan. — File Photo

QUETTA: A plan to blow up the Rawalpindi-bound Jaafar express was foiled on Sunday, DawnNews reported.

The driver of the Jaafar express, which runs from Quetta to Rawalpindi, saw a suspicious item lying on the tracks near Kolpur.

The trains was put to a halt and rescue and emergency authorities including the Bomb disposal squadwere called for.

Kolpur is approximately 35 kilometers from Quetta.

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