Pakistan Motor Rally reaches Islamabad
Pakistan Motor Rally, organised by the Pakistan Army to commemorate 70th year of the country’s independence, Monday reached Islamabad from Pakistan-China border at Khunjrab.
The rally, which includes more than 300 jeeps, 500 bikers and 150 vintage cars drawn from 23 motor clubs across the country, started on October 21 and will culminate upon reaching Gwadar on October 31.
Participants drive motorbikes during the Pakistan Motor Rally to commemorate the 70th year of independence. — Geo News
A Participant drives a vintage car as the Pakistan Motor Rally enters Islamabad on Monday. — ONLINE
Originating from Khunjrab and passing through Gilgit and other areas, it reached Islamabad on Monday evening. A concert was also organised on the occasion, at which renowned singers enthralled the audience with their performance.
Renowned Sufi Opera Singer Saira Peter enthralls the audience with her performance. — ONLINE
Renowned singer Shafqat Amanat Ali performs after the Pakistan Motor Rally reaches Islamabad. — ONLINE
The routes and areas chosen for the rally are relatively less visible, developed with extraordinary efforts and serve as seeds of prosperity for Pakistan.
The rally, covering over 3000 kilometers, is scoped to cover the entire promote length and breadth of the country to promote adventure sports. It will also showcase tourism potential, cultural heritage and sports talent of the country.
The rally includes more than 300 jeeps, 500 bikers and 150 vintage cars from 23 motor clubs across the country. — Geo News
Besides, network piecemeal and scant clubs dealing with the motor sports will also be promoted and vintage preservation in Pakistan will be encouraged.