Aiwan E Sadar Shaadi Hall


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11 Comments so far

  1. ڈفرستان کا ڈفر (duffer) on October 10th, 2008 @ 10:17 am

    ہلکی پھلکی موسیقی ہو گی پر اس ہلکی پھلکی موسیقی پر ناچے گا کون؟
    عبداللہ یوسف بیچارے کو تو نکال دیا

  2. hasanrana on October 10th, 2008 @ 5:01 pm

    Mr 100%is making the best out Awan-e-Sadar as well. Feel really bad for Pakistan. GOD please save this Country from a collapse.

  3. anwar on October 10th, 2008 @ 5:44 pm

    How can a state property be used for the wedding of a private citizen? Is he going to reimburse the state for the utilities, services and other expenses such as cleaning paan spits from the walls and walkways, hauling trash and other damages the out of control children are going to do to the building?
    I am kind of surprised… Perhaps he should marry his son in the memory of shaheed bb and turn it into a national wedding…

  4. R. MAK. (rmak) on October 10th, 2008 @ 5:50 pm

    How sad it is that we no longer consider it "Corruption". The use of public resources for private gains is not OK.

    but who cares… "Hamam main sab hi nangay hain"

  5. kaami on October 10th, 2008 @ 9:39 pm

    What the fuss is all about? If you guys have a problem with this then go ask the leaders of the civil society, the lawyers, the talk show hosts and other movement mongers whose untiring efforts have brought the nation to this state, where presidency has become a Shaadi Hall.

    I see a passing reference to the previous resident of this Aiwaan, who in the first place never wanted to live in it but was forced by security concerns, even then it was only used for state functions and receptions.

    Duffer mentioned Abdullah Yousf, the ex-CBR chief, who made this most in-efficient and corrupt department into one of the finest with record revenue collection and a modern outlook. His achievements: e-filing of taxes, simplified procedures, a tremendous website and un-heard of transparency. If he took one or two awkward steps on engaging music, so what? He earned billions for this country unlike the thief’s that are replacing guys like him.

  6. monkey on October 11th, 2008 @ 1:52 am

    WHAT THE HEY!!! There are such blatant lies in there!!! Haider is younger than me and has hardly completed his o-levels :s
    I pity the girl he’s getting married to…

  7. durranee on October 11th, 2008 @ 12:13 pm

    btw what’s the rent of this shadi hall?

  8. hasanrana on October 11th, 2008 @ 10:13 pm

    Should lock them up and burn the whole place….

  9. kabirdas on October 12th, 2008 @ 10:11 pm

    I wonder how much Zardari is going to charge Gilani for renting out the presidency to him for the wedding of his son.
    I believe Zardari is thinking of getting into the business of Shadi Hall by renting out presidency for marriages etc. In due course he may also consider renting out presidency for other social functions since there is urgent need for this after the burning out of the Marriot.
    Zardari’s detractors are of the view that to get into this business Zardari may well be responsible for elimination of Marriot from the scene.

  10. majad (isl_majad) on October 16th, 2008 @ 2:06 pm

    Oh My God… i am lost for words to describe this indecent act of misusing state resources to satisfy personal pride…
    At a time when people and businesses are collapsing under the Pervaiz Ashraf scheme of load-shedding, financial mismangement and general security crisis our Mr. 10% and Ghee-Lani are busy planning a wedding and that too in the State Hall…..
    Its time for Major surgery.. the cancer must be cut from the root, Out with Mr10% and Ghee-Lani, No more pro-American puppets… we deserve real leadership.

  11. kabirdas on October 16th, 2008 @ 9:55 pm

    1. I often wonder if you did cut the said cancer from the root what will be left behind?? Nothing I suppose.
    2. You get the leadership that you deserve. Don’t forget Mr 10 % is the democratically elected president of Pakistan. Sir, can you deny that? A nation which hangs its petty criminals and elevates the big criminals to the pulic offices has no right to complain of anything be it the shortage of atta or electricity or security.

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