Muslim Bagh was formally known as “Hindu Bagh” but later named by the former Minister Molvi Saleh Muhammad Mardanzai. A railway line was laid down to connect Kanai to Muslim Bagh by the British to mine chrome for ammunition during the British Railway Lines plan, Henry Bartle Frere chief commission Sindh in 1850 commented on the importance of railway tracks that it would unite not only “Distant provinces in one bond of material prosperity” but bring “Distant people and races” close to each other. It was once the longest narrow-gauge railway and it had 11 stations in between including the famous Kan Mehtarzai and closed since 1986.



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