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British Pakistani launches ‘Emerging Pakistan’ campaign on 150 London buses

'Emerging Pakistan' campaign featuring pictures of Pakistan’s PM Shehbaz Sharif and PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif will go on for a month

By Murtaza Ali Shah

May 05, 2022


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‘Emerging Pakistan’ campaign features pictures of PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif and PM Shehbaz Sharif on London buses. — Photo by author

LONDON: A British Pakistani businessman has launched 150 iconic red double-decker buses carrying slogan of “Emerging Pakistan” with pictures of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif.

The bus campaign started on Wednesday and will go on for a month. It’s estimated that tens of thousands of people around a vast network of London will get to see these buses carrying the Pakistani flag, emerging Pakistan slogan and pictures of Nawaz Sharif and Shehbaz Sharif.

Around 150 buses will be running on London’s 43 busiest routes covering the entire length and breadth of the city. These buses run on busy routes from early morning till midnight in both directions.

The businessman, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said: “This ultimate Pakistan branding campaign is running under the banner of ‘Emerging Pakistan’ and will continue for four weeks during which tens of thousands of people will get the chance to know about Pakistan through the iconic London buses daily. We believe that there will be millions who will have seen these buses by the time the campaign ends.”

Leading London advertising agencies estimated this type of campaign would cost around £100,000 to sponsor.

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Around 150 buses are running on busy routes from early morning till midnight in both directions. — Photo by author

The businessman said he would prefer anonymity because he wanted the highlight to be on Pakistan and not him as an individual.

“In these divisive times I wanted to pay tribute to Pakistan and remind everyone that the brand ‘Emerging Pakistan’ was launched by the 2013-2018 PML-N government when Pakistan’s GDP growth rate was touching 6% and Pakistan was officially ranked in the Morgan Stanley Emerging Markets Indices,” said the businessman.

The businessman believes that Shehbaz Sharif is a “tremendous leader and the meteoric development of Punjab” was a “testament” to his ability.

“The province saw revolutionary development in the areas of modern infrastructure and governance. Shehbaz Sharif brought investment of billions into Punjab and in a decade moved the province 50 years forward with Lahore as its crown jewel. If he is given the runway, I’m confident he can revolutionise Pakistan just like he did in the case of Punjab,” he said.

When questioned on the political implications of the campaign, he replied that as an “apolitical businessman” he considers Shehbaz Sharif a “mentor” and admires his “hard work and achievements”.

“Regardless of political affiliations a man of his calibre and track record deserves our support and appreciation,” he said.

The British Pakistani businessman said the bus campaign is aimed at re-introducing foreign investment in Pakistan.

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Iconic red double-decker buses are running on London’s 43 busiest routes covering the entire length and breadth of the city. — Photo by author

“Pakistan needs investment and stability. When there is mature and stable leadership in Pakistan, the investment will follow and Pakistan will emerge as a powerful nation steadily realising its true potential,” he said.

In March 2018, Pakistan High Commission London had launched buses in London on a similar theme to mark the 70th independence day.

Those fully wrapped double-decker buses had showcased the pristine beauty of Pakistan with its highest peaks, beautiful landscape, rare fauna, monuments representing ancient civilisation, magnificent architecture and rich and diverse culture.

Pakistan High Commission has confirmed that it had not launched the latest bus campaign and did not know who the sponsor was for the latest campaign.

 

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British Pakistani launches ‘Emerging Pakistan’ campaign on 150 London buses

'Emerging Pakistan' campaign featuring pictures of Pakistan’s PM Shehbaz Sharif and PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif will go on for a month

By Murtaza Ali Shah

May 05, 2022


955412_7825898_us-3_updates.jpg

‘Emerging Pakistan’ campaign features pictures of PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif and PM Shehbaz Sharif on London buses. — Photo by author

LONDON: A British Pakistani businessman has launched 150 iconic red double-decker buses carrying slogan of “Emerging Pakistan” with pictures of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif.

The bus campaign started on Wednesday and will go on for a month. It’s estimated that tens of thousands of people around a vast network of London will get to see these buses carrying the Pakistani flag, emerging Pakistan slogan and pictures of Nawaz Sharif and Shehbaz Sharif.

Around 150 buses will be running on London’s 43 busiest routes covering the entire length and breadth of the city. These buses run on busy routes from early morning till midnight in both directions.

The businessman, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said: “This ultimate Pakistan branding campaign is running under the banner of ‘Emerging Pakistan’ and will continue for four weeks during which tens of thousands of people will get the chance to know about Pakistan through the iconic London buses daily. We believe that there will be millions who will have seen these buses by the time the campaign ends.”

Leading London advertising agencies estimated this type of campaign would cost around £100,000 to sponsor.

955412_4997715_Bus-2_updates.jpg

Around 150 buses are running on busy routes from early morning till midnight in both directions. — Photo by author

The businessman said he would prefer anonymity because he wanted the highlight to be on Pakistan and not him as an individual.

“In these divisive times I wanted to pay tribute to Pakistan and remind everyone that the brand ‘Emerging Pakistan’ was launched by the 2013-2018 PML-N government when Pakistan’s GDP growth rate was touching 6% and Pakistan was officially ranked in the Morgan Stanley Emerging Markets Indices,” said the businessman.

The businessman believes that Shehbaz Sharif is a “tremendous leader and the meteoric development of Punjab” was a “testament” to his ability.

“The province saw revolutionary development in the areas of modern infrastructure and governance. Shehbaz Sharif brought investment of billions into Punjab and in a decade moved the province 50 years forward with Lahore as its crown jewel. If he is given the runway, I’m confident he can revolutionise Pakistan just like he did in the case of Punjab,” he said.

When questioned on the political implications of the campaign, he replied that as an “apolitical businessman” he considers Shehbaz Sharif a “mentor” and admires his “hard work and achievements”.

“Regardless of political affiliations a man of his calibre and track record deserves our support and appreciation,” he said.

The British Pakistani businessman said the bus campaign is aimed at re-introducing foreign investment in Pakistan.

955412_154594_Bus-1_updates.jpg

Iconic red double-decker buses are running on London’s 43 busiest routes covering the entire length and breadth of the city. — Photo by author

“Pakistan needs investment and stability. When there is mature and stable leadership in Pakistan, the investment will follow and Pakistan will emerge as a powerful nation steadily realising its true potential,” he said.

In March 2018, Pakistan High Commission London had launched buses in London on a similar theme to mark the 70th independence day.

Those fully wrapped double-decker buses had showcased the pristine beauty of Pakistan with its highest peaks, beautiful landscape, rare fauna, monuments representing ancient civilisation, magnificent architecture and rich and diverse culture.

Pakistan High Commission has confirmed that it had not launched the latest bus campaign and did not know who the sponsor was for the latest campaign.

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British Pakistani launches ‘Emerging Pakistan’ campaign on 150 London buses

'Emerging Pakistan' campaign featuring pictures of Pakistan’s PM Shehbaz Sharif and PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif will go on for a month

By Murtaza Ali Shah

May 05, 2022


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‘Emerging Pakistan’ campaign features pictures of PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif and PM Shehbaz Sharif on London buses. — Photo by author

LONDON: A British Pakistani businessman has launched 150 iconic red double-decker buses carrying slogan of “Emerging Pakistan” with pictures of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif.

The bus campaign started on Wednesday and will go on for a month. It’s estimated that tens of thousands of people around a vast network of London will get to see these buses carrying the Pakistani flag, emerging Pakistan slogan and pictures of Nawaz Sharif and Shehbaz Sharif.

Around 150 buses will be running on London’s 43 busiest routes covering the entire length and breadth of the city. These buses run on busy routes from early morning till midnight in both directions.

The businessman, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said: “This ultimate Pakistan branding campaign is running under the banner of ‘Emerging Pakistan’ and will continue for four weeks during which tens of thousands of people will get the chance to know about Pakistan through the iconic London buses daily. We believe that there will be millions who will have seen these buses by the time the campaign ends.”

Leading London advertising agencies estimated this type of campaign would cost around £100,000 to sponsor.

955412_4997715_Bus-2_updates.jpg

Around 150 buses are running on busy routes from early morning till midnight in both directions. — Photo by author

The businessman said he would prefer anonymity because he wanted the highlight to be on Pakistan and not him as an individual.

“In these divisive times I wanted to pay tribute to Pakistan and remind everyone that the brand ‘Emerging Pakistan’ was launched by the 2013-2018 PML-N government when Pakistan’s GDP growth rate was touching 6% and Pakistan was officially ranked in the Morgan Stanley Emerging Markets Indices,” said the businessman.

The businessman believes that Shehbaz Sharif is a “tremendous leader and the meteoric development of Punjab” was a “testament” to his ability.

“The province saw revolutionary development in the areas of modern infrastructure and governance. Shehbaz Sharif brought investment of billions into Punjab and in a decade moved the province 50 years forward with Lahore as its crown jewel. If he is given the runway, I’m confident he can revolutionise Pakistan just like he did in the case of Punjab,” he said.

When questioned on the political implications of the campaign, he replied that as an “apolitical businessman” he considers Shehbaz Sharif a “mentor” and admires his “hard work and achievements”.

“Regardless of political affiliations a man of his calibre and track record deserves our support and appreciation,” he said.

The British Pakistani businessman said the bus campaign is aimed at re-introducing foreign investment in Pakistan.

955412_154594_Bus-1_updates.jpg

Iconic red double-decker buses are running on London’s 43 busiest routes covering the entire length and breadth of the city. — Photo by author

“Pakistan needs investment and stability. When there is mature and stable leadership in Pakistan, the investment will follow and Pakistan will emerge as a powerful nation steadily realising its true potential,” he said.

In March 2018, Pakistan High Commission London had launched buses in London on a similar theme to mark the 70th independence day.

Those fully wrapped double-decker buses had showcased the pristine beauty of Pakistan with its highest peaks, beautiful landscape, rare fauna, monuments representing ancient civilisation, magnificent architecture and rich and diverse culture.

Pakistan High Commission has confirmed that it had not launched the latest bus campaign and did not know who the sponsor was for the latest campaign.

Now people will throw stones at it and break its windows
 

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What are we emerging from and to what exactly? The only time Pakistan was emerging was under Musharraf's rule, before he made some mistakes. All these self centered political cartoons that have ruled over us since then have only taken Pakistan through the dark alleys of failure.
 

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Pakistan is emerging under Criminals?

If this campaign brings anything good for a single common Pakistani against the money spent, kindly enlighten us.

Further, I am sure the money was spent by the taxpayer's pocket.
 

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British Pakistani launches ‘Emerging Pakistan’ campaign on 150 London buses

'Emerging Pakistan' campaign featuring pictures of Pakistan’s PM Shehbaz Sharif and PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif will go on for a month

By Murtaza Ali Shah

May 05, 2022


955412_7825898_us-3_updates.jpg

‘Emerging Pakistan’ campaign features pictures of PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif and PM Shehbaz Sharif on London buses. — Photo by author

LONDON: A British Pakistani businessman has launched 150 iconic red double-decker buses carrying slogan of “Emerging Pakistan” with pictures of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif.

The bus campaign started on Wednesday and will go on for a month. It’s estimated that tens of thousands of people around a vast network of London will get to see these buses carrying the Pakistani flag, emerging Pakistan slogan and pictures of Nawaz Sharif and Shehbaz Sharif.

Around 150 buses will be running on London’s 43 busiest routes covering the entire length and breadth of the city. These buses run on busy routes from early morning till midnight in both directions.

The businessman, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said: “This ultimate Pakistan branding campaign is running under the banner of ‘Emerging Pakistan’ and will continue for four weeks during which tens of thousands of people will get the chance to know about Pakistan through the iconic London buses daily. We believe that there will be millions who will have seen these buses by the time the campaign ends.”

Leading London advertising agencies estimated this type of campaign would cost around £100,000 to sponsor.

955412_4997715_Bus-2_updates.jpg

Around 150 buses are running on busy routes from early morning till midnight in both directions. — Photo by author

The businessman said he would prefer anonymity because he wanted the highlight to be on Pakistan and not him as an individual.

“In these divisive times I wanted to pay tribute to Pakistan and remind everyone that the brand ‘Emerging Pakistan’ was launched by the 2013-2018 PML-N government when Pakistan’s GDP growth rate was touching 6% and Pakistan was officially ranked in the Morgan Stanley Emerging Markets Indices,” said the businessman.

The businessman believes that Shehbaz Sharif is a “tremendous leader and the meteoric development of Punjab” was a “testament” to his ability.

“The province saw revolutionary development in the areas of modern infrastructure and governance. Shehbaz Sharif brought investment of billions into Punjab and in a decade moved the province 50 years forward with Lahore as its crown jewel. If he is given the runway, I’m confident he can revolutionise Pakistan just like he did in the case of Punjab,” he said.

When questioned on the political implications of the campaign, he replied that as an “apolitical businessman” he considers Shehbaz Sharif a “mentor” and admires his “hard work and achievements”.

“Regardless of political affiliations a man of his calibre and track record deserves our support and appreciation,” he said.

The British Pakistani businessman said the bus campaign is aimed at re-introducing foreign investment in Pakistan.

955412_154594_Bus-1_updates.jpg

Iconic red double-decker buses are running on London’s 43 busiest routes covering the entire length and breadth of the city. — Photo by author

“Pakistan needs investment and stability. When there is mature and stable leadership in Pakistan, the investment will follow and Pakistan will emerge as a powerful nation steadily realising its true potential,” he said.

In March 2018, Pakistan High Commission London had launched buses in London on a similar theme to mark the 70th independence day.

Those fully wrapped double-decker buses had showcased the pristine beauty of Pakistan with its highest peaks, beautiful landscape, rare fauna, monuments representing ancient civilisation, magnificent architecture and rich and diverse culture.

Pakistan High Commission has confirmed that it had not launched the latest bus campaign and did not know who the sponsor was for the latest campaign.

the message is good, but there was no need to put the pictures of thieves along with the name of Pakistan.
 

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Cancer, Lupus, Tuberculosis, Leperosy, Covid all emerge too as part of a healthy body. Pakistan has these emerging so it is correct to advertise them on buses
 

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'Emerging Pakistan'
If I could only find this 'Pakistan'. This Eid few of us went to Bradistan to for meal out but struggled to find a table in any of the restaurents on the busy Leeds Rd. Bradford according to statistics has the highest % of Pakistan origin people in UK. The area we drove through - Leeds Rd was 95% Pakistani majority. In fact Leeds Rd felt like Raja Bazaar in Pindi.

But here is a little thing that struck me. As we drove up and down Leeds Rd not one restaurent was 'Pakistani'? Most were Indian, Desi, Asian. Others were Afghan. Others Syrian, Kurdish, Persian or Turkish. But I swear not one was Pakistani.

Fancy a Chapli Kebab or Shinwari dish? Well try Afghan Abaseen restaurent. Fancy proper ghosht karahi? Well Jinnah Indian restaurent will offer you delights of India. Fancy famous Charsi karai of Peshawar? Well Akbar Indian will delight you. There must be less Syrians in Yorkshire then hair on a bald man but there was Bab Tooma Syrian restaurent - which is where we had our meal eventually.

Now if any of rude boys roaring around in their cars get caught slaping a white slapper next day you will have BBC screaming 'Pakistan males caught'. Pity the media does not pay in sae kind with -

  • Indian males caught
  • Desi males caught
  • Apna males gaught
So much as I respect this guy it would have been money better spen if this guy had traced where this 'emerging Pakistan' is!!!
 

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