You’ll assume that an early morning stroll within the green-capped Margalla Hills in Islamabad could be a pleasurable expertise however the actuality of the scenario is way from serene, as proved by British Excessive Commissioner Christian Turner who went for a stroll and got here again with two luggage stuffed with rubbish he collected on the path.
“One other Friday morning stroll, one other two luggage of litter. Safaai nisf imaan hai [cleanliness is half of faith],” he posted on Twitter with an image of himself holding two luggage stuffed with rubbish.
Wasim Akram who has been vocal about air pollution and local weather change and brought half in seaside cleansing actions along with his spouse Shaneira, realised how shameful the scenario was for locals who proceed to dump rubbish within the space, in addition to for the administration, who don’t have any infrastructure and system in place to wash it.
Likewise, Hamza Shafqaat, the Islamabad deputy commissioner (learn: formally employed and being paid to serve the general public) praised Turner for doing a job he was accountable for overseeing.