Karachi residents protest by chopping Independence Day cake on damaged bridge

KARACHI: Residents of Landhi on Sunday celebrated Pakistan’s 75 years of independence in a singular means, whereas additionally protesting towards the Sindh authorities.

In a photograph, which has now gone viral on social media, 5 younger males could be seen getting ready to chop a cake whereas seated in the midst of a damaged bridge, as site visitors passes by.

The bridge, which connects Gaddafi City and Zafar City, has been broken with an enormous complete in between and the steel rods — meant to even the bridge’s floor — are seen, leaving passersby and autos susceptible to accidents.

Taking a jibe on the Sindh authorities, the kids — who’re native social employees —  registered a protest with the provincial administration urging them to take discover of the deteriorating state of the bridge.

The silent protest, as the kids ready to chop the celebratory cake, was recorded to direct authorities’ consideration towards the worsening circumstances of streets and roads throughout Karachi after the current rains.

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