Let’s support, #MadeInPakistan. The products that are #MadeInPakistani are for Pakistani’s and by Pakistani’s.
You’re buying something imported because you feel; they deliver quality, quantity and reliability. That’s not even wrong. There was a time when the shampoos and soaps in my bathroom were from the United States because my relatives used to visit Pakistan more often and they stopped visiting that much and we didn’t have that many facilities back then that we could order online and get the stuff at home.
Then what, nahaye bagair to reh nahi saktay thay we started trusting #MadeInPakistan brands. And now, I’m a lot more satisfied with the #MadeInPakistan brands.
Brands have never been my concern; I always take it as pros of growing up in a middle-class family. I am GLAD that I was born in a ‘not-so-brand-conscious-family’ I have seen people paisa Nahi magar bhaii khareedna to branded saman hai.
I cannot do anything in that matter, all I would suggest is, try #MadeInPakistan you won’t regret by this I do not mean that start using “bayees ikatees nabway” there are some brands that are providing you quality stuff.
Quality should be your main concern, not that if it’s costing you an arm and leg then it would be good, Nah!
In this regard, our current president; Dr Arif Alvi tweeted something. That took social media by a storm.
Considering pressure on Pak rupee,I urge Pakistanis to buy 'Made in Pakistan'. In this time of crisis we must try to avoid luxury goods & avoidable imported purchases. If you put your mind to it there is a long list of daily use imported products. This is what we must do together
— Dr. Arif Alvi (@ArifAlvi) December 2, 2018
There were people who supported him and some who opposed his opinion as the same time, have a look at some tweets.
Dr Sb, good logical point but sadly, quality and range of Pakistani products needs to be increased. For now, please share a concrete economic plan of this country (pls avoid talking gibberish as PTI people seem to do a lot in answer to a logical question) which we need badly.
— Noisy Neighbour (@aatifkhawaja) December 3, 2018
Who will look after the quality of Pakistani products? Have you ever seen Sar e Aam? @iqrarulhassan
Quality check system need to be improved drastically!
— Umair Hussain Malik (@EngrUmairHusain) December 3, 2018
Mr.President I request you please first apply ur on yourself & use a Pakistan made car in place of imported luxury car
— Prof.mumtaz lakhani (@LakhaniMumtaz) December 3, 2018
Please ensure to increase quality of "Made in Pakiastan", Mr President.
— Ahmad (@dukeahmad) December 3, 2018
Tweeting from latest imported IPhone.. Hypocrite..
— MianWaqas ( Democrat & Moderate ) (@waqasahmadmian) December 3, 2018
And there are a lot more of them. Lets hope for the best and try to bring the change within yourself then only the country can change! #MadeInPakistan.