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A perfect demonstration of peace and friendliness was made when Germans were welcomed by the local Pashtuns in Peshawar’s Namak Mandi area.

While alluring the taste of local Mutton Karahis and mingling with local tribal leaders, German Ambassador Martin Kobler’s thoroughly cherished his visit to Peshawar’s Namak Mandi.

Enthusiastic German envoy not only had some delicious Karahi’s but also had a haircut from a roadside barber in the bazaar. While tweeting his candid pictures, he posted and shared his live experience of roaming fearlessly in the city; the city that is being defamed as the most perilous city of Pakistan being at the hit-list of the terrorists.

He interacted without hesitation with the local people and also bought some dry fruits for the friends and family back in Islamabad.

During his visit, he met the tribal leaders of the surrounding region and ensured to play his role in the solution of their problems.

His visit without security and protocol confirms that the peace restoration in Peshawar is no longer a dream that is yet to be realized.

According to SSP Sajjad Khan, “the hideouts of militants have been destroyed”.

During his day out in Peshawar, he was also hosted by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Chief Minister Pervez Khattak.

His visit is also interpreted as the goodwill that Germany holds for Pakistan and is, therefore, expected to cement the diplomatic relations between the countries further.

Moreover, national and local security agencies who risked their lives and made strident efforts to put out the fire of terrorism that once engulfed the city must be applauded.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Yes sir ;this is Peshawar you have seen.But the west media have been propogating as most dangrous city.Peshawar is like every other city in the world which are target of terriorist for their own agenda.
    We denie and condemn the terrisim in every corner in the world being follower of Islam.
    Islam is thereligion of peace; love;and brother hood.equality .

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