CM Naqvi inspects revamped Bibi Pakdaman Shrine, vows timely completion
LAHORE, Dec 26 /DNA/ – With the completion of 97% of the renovation and expansion works, the historic Bibi Pakdaman shrine is set to reopen its doors to pilgrims before December 31st. Punjab Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi visited the site today to review the progress firsthand.
Accompanied by provincial ministers, officials, Chief Minister Naqvi closely inspected the ongoing finishing touches on the main shrine structure and iconic domes. He emphasized the importance of high-quality craftsmanship and directed officials to prioritize the completion of the widened pathway surrounding the shrine to ensure smooth movement for pilgrims.
Furthermore, Chief Minister Naqvi stressed the need for a dedicated space for lamp-lighting rituals and instructed the installation of aesthetically pleasing lighting arrangements within the central chamber. He expressed his hope that the rejuvenated shrine would serve as a beacon of faith and tranquility, fostering peace and prosperity within the community.
Beyond the physical restoration, Chief Minister Naqvi offered prayers for Pakistan’s continued development, stability, and security, extending his wishes to the Palestinian Muslims as well. The occasion was graced by the presence of provincial ministers, advisors, police chief, secretaries of relevant departments, and senior officials.
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