Bahria Town: In a resolute gesture of solidarity with the ongoing plight of the Palestinian people, Bahria Town, has made the decision to cancel its much-anticipated fireworks event across its Lahore, and Rawalpindi, locations.
This announcement follows the decree made by Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar on Thursday, prohibiting all New Year celebrations throughout the country. In alignment with this directive and in light of the protracted struggles faced by the Palestinians since October 7, Bahria Town stands firmly in support of their cause.
In a statement issued today, Chairman Malik Riaz and CEO Ali Riaz emphasized the significance of standing in unity during these trying times. “We extend our deepest sympathies to the Palestinian people enduring severe hardships,” stated Malik Riaz.
CEO Ali Riaz echoed these sentiments, emphasizing the importance of global solidarity during such crises. “It is crucial for us, as a community, to stand shoulder to shoulder with those facing adversity. Our decision to cancel these events is a gesture of support and respect for the struggles of the Palestinian people.”
Bahria Town acknowledges the hardships faced by the Palestinians and underscores the importance of peaceful resolution and global empathy during these challenging times. The company remains committed to supporting humanitarian causes and advocating for global unity.