Sqeaky Clean

Can anybody tell me why has the Chaghi Hill monument been looking so squeaky clean lately?

Chaghi Hill Monument

Chaghi Hill Monument

Nope it’s not anyone’s bad eyesight. Nope it’s not the rain either. It is because it was scrubbed clean on May 28, 2009 on Yaum e Takbeer. I forgot to report it but i saw a full water tanker showering water on the monument and few people rubbing & scrubbing it to make it look all pretty. I am glad that they did so. Who knows when will the monument get a chance to take a bath next. :-D

5 Comments so far

  1. furquanatique on June 16th, 2009 @ 1:12 am

    It was long overdue!


  2. sufiblade on June 16th, 2009 @ 9:25 am

    You sure love your nukes, don’t you?


  3. Monazza Talha (montaleast13) on June 16th, 2009 @ 10:21 am

    @furqanatique
    Yup it sure was. Couldn’t agree more.

    @sufiblade
    Ya I love ’em
    Wanna hug ’em :-D

    -Monazza.


  4. dushanbe on June 17th, 2009 @ 7:07 am

    Merhaba its good that its clean – Ama (but) it is important to note the artistic & aesthetic aspect of this monument – which is pathetic. I mean this could have been such a kool work of art, but it does not even look like a mountain – the topic (nuclear tests/first & the only Islamic nuclear power) is so huge and so much can be made on this topic – but this is what they made?? tobah


  5. crazymonkey on June 18th, 2009 @ 9:16 am

    lol @ Mona hugging the nukes. I do hope you don’t hug them hard enough to make them go kaboom.

    @dushanbe: I think the monument looks like a boree of aata spilled on the road. Although it’s purpose is to remind everyone of the May 28th thingy, I feel that it could have been given a more formal look by simply erected a smaller sculpture of, say, a nuclear symbol or something instead of thus huge waste of space.



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