LAHORE (APP) - The sale of substandard food at a high price in trains and at railway stations troubles passengers. Some railway passengers told APP here on Sunday that food items like soft drinks, potato chips or packed juices sold in trains, especially on the Lahore-Narowal section, were usually not genuine. Malik Azhar, a passenger, said contractors who had the licence of selling products, misbehaved with passengers if they protested against suporious products. Ashfaque Ahmed Faraz, General Secretary Daily Passengers Association, said the railway administration should take action against contractors who were involved in the sale of suporious foodstuffs and overcharging. When contacted, Azad Awan Dreshani, Divisional Superintendent Railway Lahore, said the administration was trying its best to ensure the sale of quality food in trains and at railway stations at fixed rates. He added that strict action would be taken if anybody was found involved in selling substandard food items. CT Scan machine to start functioning in LGH soon Principal Postgraduate Medical Institute, Prof Dr Salahuddin has said wards operating in the barracks of General Hospital will be shifted to a new building by June next. The building is being completed at a cost of Rs644 million, he said adding that with its completion 300 more beds would be added to the hospital. He was addressing a meeting of the academic council attended by doctors and other executives of the tjhe hospital, saying that at present the hospital has the facility of 800 beds, which, would swell up to 1100 patients at a time. The meeting also approved for opening of chest and skin departments in the hospital. He said a modern CT Scan machine provided by the Chief Minister would start functioning this week on the ground floor of the emergency department while the facility of angiography would also be available to patients in the second week of June. The meeting also reviewed ongoing development schemes in the hospital.