Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Gulzar Ahmad while expressing wonder over railway minister Sheikh Rashid statement remarked Sheikh Rashid says 100000 recruitments will be made in Railway but where he will appoint 100000 employees when 77000 employees are already working in railway. He further observed the money provided by China against ML-1 will be taken by 100000 employees this way. Reprimanding the secretary railway on the occasion CJP remarked ” secretary Sahb railway is not being run by you. Railway secretary, CEO and all DS will have to be removed. Railway system is not as such that train could run on track. Bullet train is running in the world. No headway has been made on ML-1 project. Railway track has turned into death track for people. Railway infrastructure is not capable to work. Overhauling is needed in all departments of railway. A two members bench of Supreme Court (SC) presided over by CJP took up the case for hearing Thursday. Additional Attorney General (AAG) told the court on the occasion it is government endeavor to curtail the strength of employees from 77000 to 56000. 100000 employees will be appointed for ML-1. Sheikh Rashid may have committed some mistake in selecting the words. Secretary Railway took the stance before the court stations under ML-1 will be commercialized. There will be no crossing in ML-1. Over head bridges or underpasses will be built under railway track as per ML-1. The court while directing the government to take immediate steps to make the railway journey safe for the people and calling the record of ML-1 from planning division has adjourned the hearing of the case for one month. Sarfraz Bugti Meanwhile, the Supreme Court on Thursday rejected the interim bail plea filed by Senator Sarfraz Bugti who is nominated in a case pertaining to kidnapping a nine-year-old girl. As the court adjourned the hearing of the plea for bail before arrest till July 14, Kamran Murtaza – the counsel for Bugti – requested for short-term relief. Pressing the two-member bench for interim bail till the next hearing, he said his client would face difficulties if the request wasn’t entertained. However, Justice Qazi Amin remarked that who would arrest Bugti now as he had not been detained for the last six months. Bail would be granted if there was a genuine case for that, he added. Justice Mazhar Alam, who was heading the two-member bench, observed that Bugti was an influential person and attempts should be made to ensure that the girl was recovered. At this point, Justice Qazi, addressing the defence council, added whether he [Kamran] was able to understand what the court was saying. The latest decision came after the Balochistan High Court (BHC) rejected his interim bail last month.