Capital Development Authority (CDA) has taken an amazing initiative that will not only seek to preserve the Pakistani culture, showcase our glorious history but also serve as entertainment for the new generation. Chairman CDA, Amer Ali Ahmed inaugurated Pakistan Movement Park in H-8 Sector, Islamabad. The park will provide information and entertainment facilities to the residents of Islamabad, both the current generation and the next one.
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Built alongside the Islamabad Highway Sector H-8, the park facilitates a walk-through history museum. 2-D walls and 3-D walls are also present which display the history of Pakistan back to its origin, and the great migration that our great great ancestors had to go through. The details are embedded there so that the new generation will have an idea of what struggles the old Pakistanis had to go through, and how the great sacrifices that Muslims of the subcontinents had to suffer just to get to Pakistan. The migration pictures serve as one of the key features of the park. It is a one-of-a-kind park in Pakistan. Currently, consideration to digitize the images of migration and sacrifices of Pakistanis is underway. Digitization of those images will preserve the struggles that the migrants went through at the time of the creation of Pakistan in 1947. It will serve to remind us of our painful past, and what struggles Pakistan went through to reach here for the ages to come.
Currently, Pakistan Movement Park is under further development. Under the direction of CDA, work is currently being done to add more facilities to the park. Walkways, jogging tracks, cycling tracks, and swings are planned to be added to the park. Furthermore, seasonal flowers and adding plantations to the parking area will create an amazing and enjoyable environment.
CDA has revealed its plans to make the park’s environment healthy for the citizens of Pakistan. A place like Pakistan Movement Park will add to Islamabad’s beauty and will also serve as another significant landmark of Pakistan’s capital.