LAHORE - The Pakistan Railways three officials have been suspended for not paying due attention in looking after the rail tracks in their area, resulting in a severe accident of Shalimar Express (27-Up) last week, which had left at least 40 passengers injured. Railways authorities said that the accidents initial investigations report has been prepared, which held three Rail Track Department officials responsible for this accident. In the light of the investigation report these guilty persons were immediately suspended, authorities said. The suspended officials included Divisional Engineer Kamran Ahmed, Assistant Engineer Ghaus Bakhsh and PWI Muhammad Adil. It is to be noted that the passengers, who received injuries in the derailment incident of Shalimar Express near Dharki, had viewed that train met with accident due to change in width of the rail lines amidst scorching heat, was absolutely baseless. They attributed technical fault and negligence of PR staff, who checked the bogies inattentively before its departure. The Railways administration claim proved wrong as all 13 bogies were passed with ease and only last two compartments were met with fatal accident. The affected passengers had urged the Railways authorities concerned to immediately order for probe into the causes of accident of Shalimar Express (27-Up) in which two last bogies of the ill-fated trained turned-turtle while over 40 passengers received serious fractures and injuries.