Trend of road­side If­tari in­creas­ing

Pakistan Observer - - TWIN CITIES -

ISLAMABAD—The tra­di­tion of free If­tar is now be­com­ing more pop­u­lar in the city as a num­ber of in­di­vid­u­als and or­ga­ni­za­tions are com­ing for­ward to pro­vide free food to labourer, home­less com­muters and needy peo­ple. Such If­tar Das­tarkhwans are set up on road­side and in mar­kets of the citiy on reg­u­lar ba­sis to fa­cil­i­tate the pas­sen­gers.

A num­ber of If­tar ‘Das­tarkhawns’ have been or­ga­nized by phi­lan­thropists at sev­eral places to pro­vide free food to the fast­ing per­sons at If­tar time in var­i­ous ar­eas of the city. Var­i­ous groups of peo­ple ei­ther busi­ness­men, rele­gious, po­lit­i­cal or fam­i­lies can be seen on roads and main traf­fic sig­nals who pro­vide ed­i­bles to driv­ers at the time of If­tar.—APP

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