Hindu community decorates NA with national flag made of 60,000 balloons

All Pakistanis stand united for defence of their motherland, says Dr Ramesh Vankwani

Rizwan Ghilzai August 05, 2019
Dr Ramesh Vankwani confident that the effort would make it to Guinness Book of World Records. PHOTO: EXPRESS

ISLAMABAD: The National Assembly is decorated with a massive national flag, prepared by the country’s Hindu community with over 60,000 balloons, which will be revealed during the upcoming joint session of the parliament.

Students belonging to different educational institutions across the country are also invited to visit the Parliament House on August 14.

Installed on one side of the main entrance, the 40-feet flag covers the whole area from floor to ceiling of the assembly hall.

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Pakistan Hindu Council (PHC) chairman and member of the National Assembly, Dr Ramesh Kumar Vankwani is confident that the effort of around three dozen volunteers belonging to the Hindu community would make it to the Guinness Book of World Records.

Dr Vankwani said the community stands with the rest of the country when it comes to Pakistan’s defence. “We want to give a clear message to the world that we stand united for the defence our motherland,” he added while commenting on the deteriorating situation of the Indian-occupied Kashmir (IoK).

“The flames of war between the two nuclear powers can engulf the entire world,” the MNA remarked.

He said the United States must convince India that the Afghan peace cannot be achieved without the help and support of Pakistan.


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