As the World celebrates 14th February as Valentine Day, a day for spreading love all around, a very clear perspective of Pakistanis seen ignoring this day or celebrating this day as a ‘Youm-e-Haya’. Although, the aforementioned statement also varies as many Pakistanis celebrate this day, they even plan for this day from several months.
Here it should be also mentioned that the local government banned Valentine Day and all other related activities in federal capital Islamabad. Although, people showed mix reactions over this initiative but collectively the day is not being celebrated on larger scale as it is being previously done countrywide.
— Jamiat CC-Wasti (@jamiatccwasti) February 14, 2016
This is not an Islamic event.
— R.ali raza (@rabiaali67) February 14, 2016
Simple and straight ” Give respect and have respect”.
— Dr. Nabeel Alvi (@RphNabeel) February 14, 2016
I love her all 365 days of year I don’t need one day to express my love ❤ #SayNoToValentinesDay
— MONSTER™ ♑ (@GoboBoltaHai) February 14, 2016Advertisements
Haram relations don’t have halal endings. #SayNoToValentinesDay
— Saim (@SaimAhmed07) February 14, 2016
— Mohammad Shujaul Haq (@ShujaBinJafar) February 14, 2016
— Hammad Jamil (@HammadJamil92) February 14, 2016
Get married and express your love to your spouse everyday. There are no days to express something beautiful #SayNoToValentinesDay
— Syed Haider (@haiderwrites) February 14, 2016
— ☪مہرین طارق (@MehreenTweets) February 14, 2016
May all the Dates get caught..?#SayNoToValentinesDay
— coffee☕️bae (@Aik_Ayeshaa) February 13, 2016