OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE Another coach of Pakistan Railways turned into ashes when fire broke out in the bogie at Lahore Cantt Railway Station on Wednesday. This is the second incident of fire within a week while the reason of this incident yet to be probed. An official of the Railways told this scriber that 51 coaches were lying inoperative at the Cantt Station and among of them 21 were needed minor repair to be operational. However, 30 coaches were in poor condition which had been arrived at the Station from various localities of Sindh, the official added. He informed that those 30 coaches had been damaged during the protests erupted out after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto on December 27, 2007. Due to the shortages of locomotives, the rail administration was not putting attention towards the repair of these bogies yet, the official said. Sources said that the bogies had become a safe heaven for the drug addicts due to security laps by the Railways Police. The drug addicts took shelter into those bogies and set fire which often resulted into damage, the sources said.