Pakistan to launch Mirpur-Birmingham bus service in 2012

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  1. Blackwater

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    MIRPUR:

    Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJK) announced that its Mirpur city will directly be linked by road with the United Kingdom through a direct bus service between the city and Birmingham, by the beginning of 2012.:rofl::rofl::rofl::taunt::taunt::taunt:



    The new road route was disclosed by AJK Transport Minister Tahir Khokher while addressing a news conference at the Kashmir Press Club here on Sunday.
    Khokher said that the proposed Mirpur-Birmingham bus service would be plied from Mirpur – which has a significant population of UK-based Kashmiri expatriates – via Quetta and Tehran (Iran) to the UK.
    AJK’s transport authorities are hoping that the project will facilitate over 0.70 million Britain-based Kashmiri expatriates hailing from this district. Khokher said that at the first leg of the proposed plan is to be executed by March next year. To this end, four buses of international standard will be plied on the Mirpur-Birmingham route.
    The minister revealed that the fare of the proposed Mirpur-Birmingham international bus service will be around Rs20,000 per passenger.
    Road safety
    He announced that up-to-date mechanism was being devised, coupled with the required legislation by the AJK Legislative Assembly, in order to discourage the violation of traffic rules and regulations.
    He said that new transport policy will be announced during the next session of the AJK Legislative Assembly.
    He added that the new transport policy will envisage zero tolerance for over-loading and overcharging of fares in the public transport.


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    :bhangra::hair::bounce::rotfl::becky::facepalm::hookah::pakistan:
     
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    oh that is nice :p :rofl: :hail:
     
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    will be easy for terrorists to travel to england :thumb:
     
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    :rofl::laugh:
     
  7. Blackwater

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    Sale pakis cant play buses from Lahore to Delhi properly. UK chale ha sale:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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    it is easier and faster to travel by plane than bus.

    ticket price to London is around 25,000 and bus is 20,000.

    Bus has to go from Baluchistan,Iran.who gonna take responsibility from taluuu mama
     
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    this bus ride was for pleasure and adventure not for normal ride.

    The bus ride includes lot of difficulties and more over it was in 1970. There were no taliban and IED's and al Qaeda
     
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    Think pak is on a mission to get love & euro fighter from UK?.. Manmohakji wakeup..
     
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    After the dismal condition of PIA and Pakistan Railways this was the only option left for the Pakistani's to travel by road.
     
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    I think soon they will opt for foot as this bus service of theirs will plunge into failure soon (as usual)!!
     
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    No, Camels are the official transporter of middle easterners. so, mirpur to birmingham by Camel. ;)
     
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    Yes it did. it brought Hippies to India. The same route goes through 6 different war zones AFAIK. Like hippies the Pakis will need to be high on drugs to go through this trecherous terrain.
     

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