Bahria Town Islamabad hoisted the tallest flag of Pakistan in honor of 70 years of the country

A ceremony to hoist the tallest ever flag of Pakistan was held in Bahria Garden City Islamabad on Monday.

The flag stands 160 feet tall on a pole that was specifically built for it atop a high hill inside the Bahria Golf City. The size of the flag is 25 x 40, making it one of the biggest flags in the country. The flag hoisting ceremony just days before the 70th anniversary of Pakistan is a clear indication that Bahria Town is well prepared to celebrate the independence day of the country.

On the occasion of the flag hoisting ceremony, the chairman of Bahria Town, Mr. Malik Riaz Hussain was the chief guest.

The flag hoisting ceremony was attended by Chairman Bahria Town Malik Riaz

The ceremony began with the National Anthem of Pakistan followed by the hoisting of the flag. Malik Riaz himself raised the flag. As soon as the flag was raised, the skies were filled with green and white pigeons and balloons. Afterward, the guests paid their tribute to Pakistan by raising their hands for Shuhada-e-Pakistan and prayed for peace and prosperity.

Amongst the attendees were also Bahria Garden City Head, Brigadier (R) Tariq Zaman who took the stage to brief the attendees about the Garden City Project. He also laid out the exact specifications of the Pakistani flag hoisted yesterday.