Prime Minister Imran Khan orders CDA and ICT Administration to make a large cake to celebrate Eid Milad-un-Nabi. However, the cake cutting ceremony received immense backlash from the public as pictures went viral on social media.
Eid Milad-Un-Nabi is an annual celebration every year on 12 Rabi-ul-Awwal, the third month of the Islamic calendar. It is a celebration to observe the birth of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) by Muslims all over the world. Every Muslim celebrates it like Eid with great religious passion and enthusiasm.
Everyone has their own ways of celebrating this special occasion. However, our Prime Minister Imran Khan had an idea. Our Kaptaan decided to order a giant cake for Rabi-ul-Awwal. On this auspicious religious occasion PM Imran Khan had the CDA and ICT Administration arrange the largest cake in Pakistan as part of the Milad-e-Mustafa in Islamabad.
The 80ft long cake was made by popular bakery Tehzeeb. Imran Khan’s intention was to cut the huge cake and have it distributed in panahgahs, madrassas and orphanages.
Pictures of the giant green cake went viral all over social media. Despite, Imran Khan’s noble intentions, netizens took to the internet to criticize the cake cutting event. Given the current situation, with the exceeding fuel prices and expenses, people see the giant cake as an ill advised move.
PM Imran Khan and his government receive immense backlash online. Here are some of the comments made by the public over the giant cake.
What do you think about PM Imran Khan’s giant Rabi-ul-Awwal cake for Eid Milad-un-Nabi, was it a bad gesture? Let us know in the comment section below.