Basant and Great decision of LHC

Recently, LHC (Lahore High Court) has cancelled the petition which was seeking permission for basabt. This decision has no doubt carried the wills and wishes of majority of papulation to the destination as most of people do not want to celebrate this “Bloody” Festival. It ihas taken away many beloved from their parents and has awarded disability to many of  our able countrymen.

However this decision has disoppinted many of those “JEALAS” who were waiting for the day to come as they had planned many of their “Favorite” activities which include firing, drinking, playing vulgur music on their roofs, arranging mujraas, flying kites with metal thread and enjoying parties with”friends”. But the ecision of court is upto the expectation of those who do not have any other son to lose for the pleasure of this JEALA  group.

 Farasat Ali Butt, senior member of Kite Flying Association has announced to celebrate his basant in India which is nothing less than an activity to cause humilation of our beloved country Pakistan. He is going to show to the world that they have no pleasure to enjoy in Pkaistan. These people are not ready to sacrify their personal pleasure for national intigrity and respect. These people must be asked this question that “is basant is more dear to them than the respect of Pakistan and its courts?’

I appreciate this decision of court to to keep a ban on basant. This is not only a decision to save the lives of many people but also to prevent wastage of alot of money that people fly in one night over this Non-Ethical festival.

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3 Replies to “Basant and Great decision of LHC”

  1. Its true that in our country basant is celebrated as it is the 1st and the last festival that we have found to celebrate.And at the end of this festival many houses drown in mourn for ever. Prsonally I am not against the BASANT , but i suggest that there should be restrictions on the way of celebrating. We should celebrate this colourful TEHWAR in a way that leave colorful memories in our minds not coloring roads with the blood of our dear ones.

  2. Its true that in our country basant is celebrated as it is the 1st and the last festival that we have found to celebrate.And at the end of this festival many houses drown in mourn for ever. Prsonally I am not against the BASANT , but i suggest that there should be restrictions on the way of celebrating. We should celebrate this colourful TEHWAR in a way that leave colorful memories in our minds not coloring roads with the blood of our dear ones.

  3. Basant, which is known as the traditional festival of Lahore, was banned in 2005. Dozens of youths as well as children were killed while many sustained serious injuries in the year 2005 and 2006. Police sources said about seven people including minor children were killed in the year 2007 due to throat-slashing incidents.

    Stronger string or not, if kite-flying has been around for quite sometime then so are the deaths related to this festival. Why do we forget hundreds of innocent lives lost which are not related to the killer string but are still a part and parcel of this event?

    We would view this entertainment very differently and the ban would not look silly anymore if our own child had to run on the roads to grab a kite!

    Coming to the ingenious solutions provided by the advocates of Basant. Yes, you may ban motorbikes and bicycles for two days but have we ever thought that for some people that is the only way of transportation and in case an emergency arises it is their only way out. Secondly you may also ban the deadly string but is it administratively possible to keep a check on such a large scale?

    With all due respect to everyone’s viewpoint, I am of the opinion that even if one life is lost due to Basant, it is certainly not worth it.

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