I-Day preparations gain momentum
LAHORE (92 News) – As Pakistan’s 70th Independence Day comes around, preparations have gain momentum across the country to celebrate the Independence Day in a befitting manner.
The show of patriotism doesn’t end with flags ─ shirts, dresses, balloons and badges, as well as other memorabilia bedecked in the hallmark green and white, emblazoned with the national flag, are a hot commodity as citizens throng the markets, surveying the colorful and quirky offerings.
As the auspicious Independence Day is around the corner, preparations across the country are under the way with zeal and zest.
Pakistanis across the country flock to stalls and vendors to buy national flags to show their patriotic fervor and national flags.
The enthusiasm of children is at its peak who collect stickers, badges and other items to decorative their bicycles, motor bikes, cars and take round of the city in form of a rally to express their solidarity with the country.
The people, especially the children are enthusiastically purchasing national flags, buntings, posters, stickers and candles, most of them have decorated their homes and vehicles.
However, people complained of the high prices of flags, pictures of national heroes and other stuff like badges, buntings, historical places models, ect.
Decorative items are in high demand these days, including national flags, multi-colored garlands, badges and portraits of Quaid-e-Azam and other national heroes.
The national flag will be hoisted at important buildings to celebrate the day in a befitting manner. Printers and makers of bindings, flags, banners and badges are fully engaged in their business.
Several public and private organizations, schools and departments are planning to arrange seminars, conferences, exhibitions, tableaus, rallies, shows, walks and programs to celebrate the day.