PTDC holds vehicle rally to mark Independence Day

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City Reporter

Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation on Saturday held a nine-KM vehicle rally in the federal capital to mark 75th Independence Day and promote positive image of the country.

Over 120 vehicles including cruiser bikes, Harley Davidson motorbikes, sports performance bikes, classic vintage cars and other vehicle took part in the rally which started from D-Chowk, Islamabad and culminated at F-9 Park.

The rally was arranged by the PTDC in collaboration with Zalmi Off-road and Rally Club, TLC 40 Series Club, HOG Pakistan, Car Craft, Heritage Motor Club, Mercedes Club of Pakistan, Harley Owners Group, Vintage and Classic Club of Pakistan.

On the occasion, PTDC Managing Director Aftab Rana said that the rally was aimed at conveying the message to the world that Pakistan was a peaceful and safe country, its people were friendly and hospitable and the country was moving forward on the path of development with the consciousness of environment conservation and equitable growth.

He said that the initiative would help promote image of Pakistan as an attractive tourist destination.

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