On 25 December major portion of capital city Islamabad the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) flags were all over the city but didn’t saw even one picture of founder of nation considering 25th of December was birthday of our great leader/founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Flags are there to remember a former PPP politician Baynazir Bhutto who was killed 27th of Dec 2007.
According the Capital Development Authority (CDA) rules any banners or holdings etc can’t be hanged out there more than three days in the city of Islamabad, but people in ruling party seems to break these rules by themselves as last year same flags seem out there on roads for moths till they torn up by weather and winds. Similarly this year on Islamabad highway these flags were put up many days earlier and will remain lots more days for sure.
Keeping the flags issue on side they would also have put up some pics of Quaid-e-Azam and his sayings – which are great motivation to Pakistanis as nation – out there but that just didn’t happened. Current leadership of country have forgotten the real leaders of country and made some of their own and pic spots in meetings or other events are also taken by these re-created leaders instead of the Founder of nation.
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Pakistani pop music band Jal in coming to Islamabad in two days. They will be live in concert on 6th of November in Bahria Sqare, Bahria town Islamabad. This is a charity event intended to raise fund for the flood affectees, the ticket price is 999 and tickets are available at Harrons and Ilusions.
If you are planning to attend this even then better be fast before all tickets get sold, as after so many times Islamabad is now seeing few concerts once again. More details are as on poster above.
Faisal Mosque is situated in Islamabad Pakistan. It the biggest mosque at the moment and have been the world’s biggest mosque in the past. Was first thought of after the visit of King Faisal bin Abdul Aziz back in 1966 and construction was started in 1976.
I had a chance to last visit it back in Ramadan, so captured few shots while moving which are worth sharing, so here we go.
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Following are the few pictures of recent good weather in Islamabad, rain is seriously rare now for the cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad, but hope to see much of good weather in upcoming rain season from about mid of July. Enjoy the pics!
Yes it is true, the weather forecasts telling the different story, despite today being very pleasant day the hostile heat is about to be back just on tomorrow. Today in Rawalpindi and Islamabad it kept raining in several little time spans of 5 to 20 minutes, some lightening and winds also witnessed and the temperature was mostly around 29 degrees or low.
Weather forecasts for tomorrow show a real hot 37 and increasing temperatures from tomorrow and so on. Some rain in night is expected but the drying weather already back the facts provided by weather forecasts.
Following are few images taken in ever in dual sunny and cloudy kind of atmosphere.
Hope we keep getting such low temp days frequently! 🙂