LARKANA, Oct 21 (APP): The Participants of Pakistan-China
Friendship car rally reached Larkana at Otha Chowk via Khairpur, on the way to Mohen-jo-Daro, on Friday.
The participants comprise 20 cars with 52 occupants were warmly welcomed by the Commissioner Larkana Division Inamullah Dharejo, Wing Commander, Shahbaz Ranger Lt. Col. Asim, Deputy Commissioner Larkana Javeed Ali Jagirani, SSP Larkana Kamran Nawaz, local administration, students and Scouts. On the occasion, a large number of people from various walks of life raised Pakistan China Friendship Zindabad slogans.
At Mohen-jo-Daro officials of district administration, STDC and others welcomed the guests. A group of artists performed traditional dances and flower petals were showered, bouquets and garlands were presented to the members of the car rally. The Chinese also danced to the rhythm of drumbeats and praised the hospitality of the people of Larkana.
Chinese spokesperson of rally expressed great pleasure on the occasion and chanted pro-Pakistani slogans.
The participants of Pakistan-China Friendship Car Rally visited the World Famous Five Thousand years Indus valley of Civilization, the archaeological site of Mohen-Jo-Daro.
They also visited the Museum in which the antiques found from the ruins are preserved and put on display and took interest in the articles preserved in the museum.
They also took a round and visited the ruins of Mohen-Jo-Dero, then visited the Stupa, Great Bath, D. K area of the ruins of the ancient city of a civilization that dates back to five thousand years, known as Indus Valley Civilization.
The officials of STDC briefed the participants of the rally about the efforts and plans regarding the conservation and preservation of the relics of the old civilization.
On the occasion, Commissioner Larkana Division, Deputy Commissioner Larkana and others presented traditional gifts of Ajraks and Topi to the participants of the Pak-China friendship Car rally.
Later, the rally after Larkana, Mohenjo-Daro left for Hyderabad via Tando Masti, Ranipur.