Twitter alert: Things I miss about Quetta

Local twitter users established a trend #ThingsIMissAboutQuetta, which trended in Pakistan.


Web Desk April 19, 2012

Quetta, a city which is currently in the news for targeted killings and missing persons, had more to it than just violence. The roads of the city which are usually swarmed by protestors now, have had their fair share of city-like hustle and bustle in the past.

A trend #ThingsIMissAboutQuetta was established by local Twitter users to share their beautiful memories of the city which was once referred to as Little London.

 Tweets 

Hamza Jehangir ‏ @hamza_jehangir

the Chiltan market and the anda shami burger! :D

Ambreen Ejaz ‏ @ProudPakistanii

Quetta Cantt, awesome markets, dried Hanna Jheel (I walked where water comes during winters)

Omid bidar ‏ @omidbidar

Walking out without worrying about security. #Hazara

Tata Patul ‏ @TataPatul

Flora Falouda

Baloch ‏ @Mr_Slave

The Snow Covered Mountains. The Chiltan , The Sulaiman

Lashkar Bugti ‏ @LashkarBugti

Rosh, Lehri Sajji

Wash-hal ‏ @washhaaal

those racing of Bikes in the way of Urak

Khadim Durrani ‏ @KhadimDurrani

tolerant political activism at UoB!

Baloch ‏ @Mr_Slave

Our Baloch brothers who are missing or killed.

Sohaib Mengal Baloch ‏ @MirSohaib

garm garm mongphali (peanuts) in winter.

Abu Ibrahim ‏ @pakfone

The Peace which remains a dream now

Lashkar Bugti ‏ @LashkarBugti

Rosessss

COMMENTS (10)

Rashid | 9 years ago | Reply

My beautiful city, I miss Science collge, walking on Zarghoon road from sareena to GPO, shopping at liaqat bazar, sitting for hours with my friend at his booksop at Moti Ram Road. Enjoying my college and university days. Oh! Quetta I still miss YOU.

Karachiite | 9 years ago | Reply

We as Karachiites are thankful to the people in Quetta they block out all the cold wind coming from Afghanistan from reaching us. :)

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