Visitors' Satisfaction from Security Measures in Badam-Bagh Agricultural Exhibition

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Tue, Mar 23 2021 4:05 PM
Visitors' Satisfaction from Security Measures in Badam-Bagh Agricultural Exhibition

Hamal 3: March 23, 2021
A number of visitors from 25th Agricultural Products’ Exhibition said that the necessary security measures have been taken at the mentioned exhibition to ensure their safety.
Maryam one of the visitors said, "We are very glad to be here and security measures have been taken properly. The searching is accurate and we appreciate the struggle of security forces. Adding that we can’t be bothered while hanging out in exhibition area, the presence of security forces is extensive."
Hameed Danish, another visitor, said He was initially apprehensive about attending of fair due to the poor security situation, but was reassured when he saw the security measures. He who has come to the fair with his family said, "We were terrified from the beginning, yet when I saw that the security forces had taken that security correctly, we could visit the booths at the fair with ease.”
This year's agricultural exhibition has been held with strict security measures and visitors were satisfied. In this exhibition, hundreds of security forces are busy with providing security.

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