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Zahid ali Jun 27
plant or plastic? It’s you who can decide
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Team Abuzar Jun 27
Don't use plastic bags & protect the environment.
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Team Abuzar Jun 27
Govt should ban the plastic bags.
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AliHaiderPTI Jun 27
We are using two billions polyethylene begs in a one minute Think about how dangerous they are
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Advocate JabbarDogar Jun 27
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AliHaiderPTI Jun 27
The smoke that burn out of polythene begs not only effect the atmosphere Rather, there is bad effect on human health
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VEENA MALIK Jun 27
A very good initiative on plastic free Islamabad.I wish and hope that we do the same for rest of the cities. And alternative source instead of bags should be provided coz biodegradable bags are not truely biodegradable in natural pH and temp.
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Abyeer.97 (عبیر) Jun 27
Say NO to non-compostable plastic bags! Not only they spoil the landscape they are also pose a serious danger to birds and marine mammals THAT often mistake them for food. AND CAN TAKE UP TO 1000 YEARS TO DECOMPOSE!!
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Ghumman's Gasture ® 🇵🇰 Jun 27
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Tasaddaq Hasnain Jun 27
please support this trend guys
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Ghumman's Gasture ® 🇵🇰 Jun 27
Only use Cloth Bags & save environment of Pakistan. M
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AliHaiderPTI Jun 27
The last government should take a temporary step against using polythene begs This is masculine example of camel
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Water Primary Jun 28
Class two have designed their own reusable bags to fight the war on plastic!
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Ghumman's Gasture ® 🇵🇰 Jun 27
When u use plastic bags, u played with ur life..
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Abbasi🇵🇰 Jun 27
That’s a good step taken by PTI Govt well appreciated
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Shoaib Ahmad Jun 27
Plastic bags use a lot of chemicals that are very harmful to human health
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muqqsa rana Jun 27
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chand Puwar adv Jun 27
Unity of ppls beats this evil pladtic bags
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Deputy Commissioner Gujranwala Sep 30
visited newly open superstore at G۔T road. Instructions were given to to maintain/beautify green belt infront of mall and to . They are ready to comply with the instruction.
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Anu Agarwal Aug 15
Replying to @narendramodi
Yes yes yes!! Brilliant initiative. And we will all work with you.
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