Chacha Pakistani reaches Multan
Posted on 10 months ago
MULTAN: Chacha Pakistani reached Multan from Sukkur on Monday while on way to Minar-e-Pakistan Lahore, the destination of his 'motorcycle trip' to promote national solidarity.
Sixty-year-old Javed Akhtar, a resident of Korangi, Karachi, had embarked on his motorcycle trip on Aug 1 and completed his fourth phase, Sukkur-Multan segment, on Monday.
A large number of people, mostly sports lovers and office-bearers of sports organizations received him as he entered Multan with his bike decorated with national flags and a tape-recorder playing national songs.
Javed, nicknamed Chacha Pakistani, took a round of the city roads. He will stay in Multan for two days before leaving for Mianchannu on Aug 8. He will reach Sahiwal on Aug 9 and Lahore on Aug 10. He will visit Minar-e-Pakistan on Aug 14 and then begin his travel back to Karachi. "I have come with a message of love and want to tell people to maintain brotherhood and unity to foil conspiracies against the country."
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