Pak­istan’s largest kids store in­au­gu­rated

Pakistan Observer - - KARACHI CITY - OUR RE­PORTER

Corps Com­man­der Lieu­tenant-Gen­eral Naveed Mukhtar talk­ing to a stu­dent of new­ly­in­au­gu­rated Cadet Col­lege in Gadap.—PO photo by Syed Rizwan KARACHI—Bachaa Party, a com­plete solution for kids, was launched Mon­day in Clifton. A colour­ful store made on Mechano and Lego theme with a play area on a space­ship is heaven for chil­dren and shopa­holic moth­ers alike.

From di­a­pers to that Eid kurta and shoes ev­ery­thing imag­in­able for kids is be­ing car­ried by this new ven­ture owned and op­er­ated by a young yet ex­pe­ri­enced team of en­trepreneurs. Speak­ing at the launch Di­rec­tor Ah­mer Javed said “There was a huge gap in mid-mar­ket re­tail for kids which we have filled to­day.

We will con­tinue to pro­vide ex­cep­tional qual­ity at af­ford­able prices to our cus­tomers with the aim of pro­vid­ing ev- ery­thing un­der one roof” Spread on 17,000 square feet with shop­ping area of over 10,000 square feet not only makes Bachaa Party Pak­istan’s largest kids store but amongst the big­gest stores of the coun­try. Made us­ing cre­ative ideas and psy­che­delic colours Bachaa Party it a treat for the eyes. Mer­chan­dise like hair ac­ces­sories and toys is an­other treat that no kid or par­ent can re­sist.

Speak­ing on the oc­ca­sion Mr. OmairJaved, Di­rec­tor Bachaa Party added that “this is start of a new era of mod­ern re­tail for kids. We will in­shal­lah be all over Pak­istan within the next 5 years.” The ag­gres­sion of the man­age­ment, over­all store am­bi­ence and mer­chan­dise col­lec­tion is awe-in­spir­ing.

Bachaa Party is a com­pete store for kids on Chaudry Khaliquz Za­man road, Karachi. Bachaa Party car­ries gar­ment, shoes, in­fant ac­ces­sories, hair ac­ces­sories, jew­ellery, cos­met­ics, toys, sports goods, sta­tion­ary, party sup­plies and a lot more for kids of all ages in an ex­em­plary en­vi­ron­ment. All shop­ping area is on ground floor mea­sur­ing 10500 square feet and ser­vice and play area is sit­u­ated on first floor mea­sur­ing the re­main­ing 7000 square feet.

Top man­age­ment of Bachaa party has com­bined ex­pe­ri­ence in fash­ion re­tail of over a cen­tury. They plan to open 22 stores over the next 5 years across Pak­istan. KARACHI—In­spec­tor Gen­eral Sindh Po­lice A D Khawaja has an­nounced a crack­down on park­ing mafia in Karachi from Tues­day.

He dis­closed that he had al­ready writ­ten to Com­mis­sioner, Karachi, to act close down newly launched new su­per mar­ket in Gul­shan-i-Iqbal, which has caused se- vere park­ing prob­lem in the city.

The po­lice chief also launched a traf­fic man­age­ment sys­tem, un­der which fee for traf­fic vi­o­la­tion could be paid through credit sys­tem now

Park­ing has been a ma­jor prob­lem in me­trop­o­lis be­cause of the per­sis­tent rise in its pop­u­la­tion, and ur­ban­iza­tion.

Many pri­vate con­trac­tors have launched their open sys­tems to col­lect

photo park­ing fee in con­gested ar­eas, and even in Clifton and De­fence Hous­ing So­ci­ety.

Th­ese mafias have floated their own mafias. Un­der the rules, Karachi Metropoli­tan Cor­po­ra­tions and can­ton­ment boards alone were au­tho­rized to col­lect park­ing fee.

But rules are be­ing fla­grantly vi­o­lated in Karachi, a men­ace that needs im­me­di­ate at­ten­tion.

IG Sindh AD Khawaja in­au­gu­rat­ing Traf­fic Data Anal­y­sis Cen­tre at Gar­den Head­quar­ters. Add IG Karachi Muh­staq Ahmed Me­har, DIG Traf­fic Dr Amir Sheikh and others area also seen in the pic­ture.—PO

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