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Pakistan youth form Guinness World Record of largest human flag, mosaic

Lahore: Pakistan on Monday broke into the Guinness World Record Book by forming the largest human flag here at the National Hockey Stadium.

Amidst the roar of Surah Rehman, the youth of the country portrayed the peaceful image of Pakistan as they gathered from all parts of Punjab at the Lahore’s National Hockey Stadium to unite and form the World’s largest human flag of Pakistan.

Guinness adjudicator Gareth Deaves along with his team personally went into count 24200 participants of the flag and declared it another Guinness World Record.

“It was an amazing view and after going through the figures of 24200, I declared it another World Record,” said Deaves.

The youth of Punjab ‘touched the sky’ with their efforts they have been working day in and day out to enter into the GWR.

The largest human flag was followed after the World’s biggest mosaic display made it another Guinness Record. In all 1936 took part in the mosaic. Other than that, students sang the national anthem of Pakistan, making it another world record for the Guinness books.

Chairman Sports Board Punjab Mian Hamza Shahbaz Sharif, MNA was the chief guest of the largest flag ceremony while Salman Rafique, Mujtaba Shuja ur Rehman and Zakiya Shahnawazwere also present on the occasion.

The entire activity took place under the supervision of Deputy Speaker Rana Mashhood Ahmed Khan, who kept the entire audience motivated for whole of the duration of records while Director General Sports and Youth Affairs Usman Anwar kept vigilant eye on all the activity taking place under the Punjab Youth Festival 2012 banner.

Speaking on the occasion, Hamza said you have made the world biggest human flag. “’Congratulation to you’, you have shown the world that the enthusiasm you have shown cannot be defeated. You made the entire nation proud. It is now clear that the youth will make Pakistan the country dreamt by Quaid-i-Azam,” he added.

The venue for the event was carefully arranged as thousands of boxes were made to position the students and organize them to form the Pakistani flag.

Students poured into the stadium as organizers supervised them to ensure they leave no loops in making the Guinness Record.

On the day the youth of the country first went for the formation of the biggest mosaic involving 1936 children of different schools. They created the picture of Lahore Fort and the Guinness World Record adjudicator after observing the attempt from different angles and heights declared it another Guinness record.

Gareth Deaves declared that Pakistan has formed another Guinness World Record of mosaic. “What an incredible painting it was. In all 1936 people holding up this beautiful painting and I am happy to announce that this another Guinness World Record,” said Deaves. Meanwhile, Ahmed Amin Bodla remained 12 kicks shot of the world record created by an American Meza.

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