The Karachi Eat Festival 2017 was a mega event that engrossed Karachiites this past weekend. Karachiites were in full swing to treat themselves with a hefty amount of restaurants catering on their official stalls at the iconic location of Frere Hall.
In this 3rd installment of the Karachi Eat Festival, we saw foodies from all walks of life in Karachi joining together to mark the event a memorable one.
Indeed, we enjoyed a lot. So many delicious foods from leading restaurants at such staggering prices were up for grabs. It was well worth your time and money when you had to go through the exhausting and troublesome parking around the premises.
The eventful Karachi Eat Festival spanned 3 days, and while every visitor assumingly enjoyed and made the most of their time, they just did not bother to be responsible citizens.
Yes, people forgot to be responsible citizens once they entered Frere Hall and went crazy in eating and enjoying the Karachi Eat Festival. They littered the entire premises and you could even find trash on the outskirts, on the main Abdullah Haroon Road.
It was brought to attention on social media soon after. It was intended to make people realize their responsibility and accountability, which they all had seemingly forgotten, evident to the chaotic trash scattered all over the green grass of Frere Hall.
But Karachiites did not remain silent or dejected in taking action towards it. Better late than never; Karachiites realized their responsibility at once and the entire premises was thoroughly cleaned. Every bit of litter and waste dumped duly.
See how the serenity and beauty of Frere Hall have been restored once again:
It doesn’t even come close to the place it was this past weekend
We are glad that our citizens are quick to act and realize what was direly required. It is an indication that raising awareness against something that is causing problems can make a difference. Social media once again remains credible in calling people to act.
Karachiites set an example once again. We know the importance of our iconic landmarks and we realize that it is time to act and we take it liable on us to make a difference.
Shout out to all those people who raised a concern about the appalling situation of Frere Hall in the past days. Indeed, all efforts in salvaging the reputation of the area are successful.
Hoping that Karachi Eat Festival will take place again next year and by the time, our people would learn and realize their responsibility as citizens of Karachi. We hope people learn the discipline and discard all waste in recycling bins.