Eid shopping Festival commences in capital city

Eid shopping Festival commences in capital city

ISLAMABAD, APR 5 /DNA/ – ICCI Eid shopping festival kicked off in Sector I-8 to provide an affordable shopping experience to the residents of the twin cities. The festival will last till Chand Raat. The festival has been organised by the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) in collaboration with ICT Administration, MCI and the concerned market association. Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Irfan Nawaz Memon along with Assistant Commissioner Ms. Farwa Batool and President ICCI Ahsan Zafar Bakhtawari inaugurated the Festival.

Speaking at the occasion, Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Irfan Nawaz Memon lauded ICCI and other partners for organising the Eid shopping festival.
He highlighted the pivotal role of traders in the economy and expressed ICT Administration’s willingness to collaborate in organising activities aimed at promoting trade, indicating a proactive approach towards supporting trade endeavours.

President ICCI said that the purpose of the shopping festival is to facilitate inflation-stricken people to experience Eid shopping at discounted prices.
He highlighted that the festival would offer shoppers a variety of entertainment options, including a traditional food area, an art and crafts corner, mehndi stalls, a dedicated kids’ area, corporate stalls, a live music stage, exciting lucky draws, engaging quizzes, captivating laser lights, and stunning lighting displays. It is pertinent to mention here that similar Eid Fetivals have also been kicked off at Abpara market, Blue Area, F-7, and F-10 Marakiz. Ahsan Zafar Bakhtawari also called upon DIG Police, SSP Traffic and those at the CDA helm of affairs for providing elaborate security, ensuring smooth flow of traffic and ensuring neat and clean atmosphere around all the business centres.

On this occasion Jan Mohammad, CEO Redson Blue, Khalid Chaudhry, former SVP, Ameer Hamza, Executive member, Faizan Shahzad, Exeuctive member, Raja Fayyaz Gul, President I-8 Markaz and Zahid Qiureshi, General Secretary were also present.