LAHORE (PPI) - Pakistan Railways is facing million of losses due to flood, as railways tracks have been washed out in flood-hit areas of Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, Punjab and Balochistan provinces. Railway administration has started rehabilitation work and survey for damages. According to railways sources, recent flood and rainy water has badly damaged railway track in KP province where railway track in Noshehra section has washed out and railway traffic has partly started after one week, while the rehabilitation work was still going on. In Punjab Khushab and Mari Indus section was also affected where floodwater was still standing at the railway tracks. Kot Addu and Kundia sections also damaged by flood water of Indus River. The floodwater has completely washed out the railway track between Kot Addu and Daira Din Penah. The train services both from up and down sides from Multan to Kod Addu and Rawalpindi to Kot Addu suspended from last three days. In Balochistan province Sibi and Jackabad sections, heavy rains damaged the railway track and rehabilitation work was underway. Railway sources informed that due to track damage passengers trains including Mari Indus Express, Mehr Express, Khushal Khan Khatak Express and Thal Passengers were not running for their destination from last three days. Due to suspension of trains service scores of flood victims families have standard and they were waiting for transportation on roads in Kot Addu. A local station master from Kot Addu Damin Naqvi said that railways authorities should immediately start a shuttle train between Multan and Gurmani railway stations. Chief Engineer railways Muhammad Ameer Khan said that Noshehra section and Sibi sections have been repaired, while two survey teams have send in Kot Addu and DG Khan. He said presently there was serious threat in Sukhar division where flood water could damage the railway mainline. He said rehabilitation work in Kot Addu and Daira Din Penah would start when the flood water would dry. A senior officer of railways said department was facing million of rupees loss in revenue head because several passenger trains have suspended from last many days in affected areas. Railway could repair the tracks with there own resources but it could not meet the revenue loss, he concluded.