Patriotism Sweeps Across 345, Telenor’s Pakistan Campus

The management and employees of Telenor Pakistan had an emotionally charged day at work today with its patriotic fervor in full swing.

Draped in  green and white, team Telenor celebrated the country’s Independence Day at their workplace oozing with nationalistic zeal and passion.

The Campus was painted green with Pakistani flags in every nook and corner.

The day started off with milli naghmay outside work zones and people clad in vibrant provincial attire to celebrate the richness of our culture.

There were stations representing our versatile cultures with powerful performances, flag stalls and some delicious traditional sweet meats.

CEO Telenor Pakistan, Irfan Wahab Khan, wished his team a very happy 71st Independence Day and aimed to empower Pakistan by developing its digital ecosystem and building socio – economic prosperity with a renewed passion.

There was a flag hoisting ceremony followed by four moving performances representing our four provinces.

From themed attire for the day to fun-filled activities, Telenor employees had a day full of memorable celebrations.


  • Tambourin Khan

    What would be really patriotic is if you stop remitting your earnings out of Pakistan when this countries foreign reserves are in crisis. Otherwise this is all drama. Trying to sound patriotic but stabbing Pakistan in the stomach. I hope next government realizes this.

    • Saniya

      Celebrating independence can never be a drama, it involves thought, love and passion and we should really avoid maligning such efforts just due to personnel grudges. It’s high time we should start seeing the positive side of the image rather than just focusing on the negative.

  • nomi

    I want to sue Pakistani operators. They are promoting their own Apps by offering discounts on networks usage like free data. This is against competion spirit and serious monoplistic antitrust anti competition moves. Also giving application to competition comission of Pakistan. If anybody want to join in making application,tell me your email.

  • Sultan

    Cut the crap and drama Pakistani telcos. Nearly all telco top management executives have foreign passports and draw a salary in US dollars on an ‘expat package’ yet on every national occasion they show up in shalwar kameez/sherwani just to stir up some drama and make a PR stunt like this one. Just do your job and stop ‘pretending’ like this on such occasions. Everyone knows you don’t mean it.

    • Alia

      When will we stop spreading this negativity ? There is nothing wrong in wearing shalwar kameez and celebrating this special day. Patriotism doesn’t depend on on your salary or foreign passport, it depends on your emotions towards our country. Secondly, it’s not only executives of telcos who have foreign passports, there are many other Pakistanis having a foreign passport but this doesn’t mean that they don’t love their country.

  • Appreciated to celebrating a Foreign Countries with Pakistani & Cultcher.

  • Majid Jahangir

    Telenor
    Apni Services Aur Quality Improve Karo, Sirf colorful ads, graphics, haseen larkoon aur attractive larkeyoun, 345 campus par he attention na dou,
    Werna wohi ho ga jo ap kay sath india mai hua,
    Yani boreya bistar, saaz o samaan sab kuch lapait kar pakistan sai bhe baray bay’aabroo ho kar na nikalna payay.