August 14 celebrations: Largest flag in South Asia to be hoisted in Islamabad

The flag which is 40 feet wide and 60 feet long will be raised near the Parliament House


Web Desk August 11, 2014

KARACHI: A 2,400-square-foot Pakistani flag - largest in South Asia - will be hoisted on a 212-foot high pole in Islamabad on the Independence Day, Express News reported on Monday.

The flag, which is 40 feet wide and 60 feet long, will be raised at D-Chowk near the Parliament House.

Prepared in Karachi, the flag was today put on display at Mazar-e-Quaid where contingents of Pakistan Navy and Pakistan Air Force paid homage to the national flag.


Express New screengrab of Pakistan Army saluting the flag.


Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will hoist the flag in the federal capital to mark the beginning of August 14.

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COMMENTS (7)

yo yo | 6 years ago | Reply

indian flag in 5400 square feet

Z | 6 years ago | Reply

Another pmln way of making people fools. Is it a flag for becoming a third world country?

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