Pakistan Sets Guinness Record For Making World’s Largest Balloon Flag

Pakistan Sets Guinness Record For Making World’s Largest Balloon Flag

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Islamabad: Pakistan breaks the world record for making the largest national flag using balloons.

To show the true patriotism and love for the country, the Hindu Council (PHC) made the flag of Pakistan. By using more than 60,000 green and white balloons, measured 40 feet long and 60 feet wide. Moreover,  PHC installed the flag in the hall of the National Assembly of Pakistan last year.

Pakistan Sets Guinness Record For Making World’s Largest Balloon Flag

Recently, a 9 years old girl breaks the record of Indian professor by settling the periodic table. Besides breaking the record, the little genius from Pakistan sets a new Guinness record.

On Wednesday, Parliamentarian Dr. Ramesh Kumar presented the certificate awarded by the Guinness Book of World Record to National Assembly (NA) Speaker Dr. Asad Qaiser.

The speaker Asad Qureshi praised this genius effort of the Hindu community for making such an exemplary record for the country. Furthermore, the NA speaker observed that the role of minorities in the development of the country was laudable.

Subsequently, he expressed the hope that the minorities living in Pakistan would continue to play their role to enlighten the name of the country.
“Dr. Ramesh Kuman has set a world record by preparing the largest flag using balloons in Pakistan’s National Assembly,” Qaiser said.

“This is an expression of their affection and bonding with the country. The entire Pakistani nation pays regards to their sentiments and love,” he added.

Meanwhile speaking on the occasion, Dr. Kumar remarked that it was his heartfelt desire to make a national flag with the help of balloons in the National Assembly hall on August 14 last year and dedicate it to the country.
He attributed the recognition by the Guinness Book to the people of the country and expressed his gratitude to the National Assembly speaker.

Minorities of Pakistan

The Government of Pakistan declared 11 August as National Minority Day in 2009. However, to mark the day, different events, including seminars and social gatherings, were arranged across the country by members of various religious minorities.

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