Pakistan Hindu Council gifts world’s largest flag to National Assembly
Pakistan Hindu Council has gifted a unique 40-feet-high and 60-feet-wide national flag to the National Assembly (NA).
The flag has been gifted by Pakistan Hindu Council and has been made using white and green balloons.
As many as 60,000 deflated balloons have been used to develop the flag.
awhile more than three dozen staff of assembly secretariat took part in its preparation.
Sources said that it was the first time in the history of any country that such a huge flag was prepared.
This huge flag is all set to register a record in the Guinness Book of World Records.
According to sources, it has been installed at the hall’s main gate, covering the entire area from ceiling to floor.
The flag has been installed in the National Assembly’s hall.
It would be unveiled before the joint session of the parliament.
The act signifies the love of the Hindu community for the country and has received appreciation from parliamentarians as well as the public.
Talking outside the Parliament House, lawmaker representing minorities Dr Ramesh Kumar said that Pakistan was a result of peaceful struggle.
While non-Muslims like Jogarnath Mandal and SP Singh were alongside the father of the nation in the struggle.
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.
He said the community stands with the rest of the country when it comes to Pakistan’s defense.
“We want to give a clear message to the world that we stand united for the defense our motherland.”
He added that while commenting on the deteriorating situation of the Indian-occupied Kashmir (IoK).
He further said that the US must convince India that the Afghan peace cannot be achieved without the help and support of Pakistan.