Bartan Live: Dishes Protest against rights violations

The dharna syndrome has taken over the youth of Pakistan, but what you couldn’t have thought in your wildest dreams has just happened .. the dishes & plates in your kitchen have joined hands to protest against the hardships they have been facing lately! Your utensils are out in the streets, they are on Facebook, Twitter, TV, Radio .. they are everywhere ..

The fed up dishes claim that they have not only been subjected to cruel scrubbing which have left them looking old and unattractive but this scrubbing fails to remove stains and the foul smell of leftover food. The dishes have kicked off their campaign against ‘terror’ at Karachi press club, and on Sunday July 03 the dishes held a protest on Jail Road Lahore.

The dishes are on a hunger strike till they are provided with their basic right of easy and effective cleaning. Watch the dishes protest. Log onto the one stop online news channel which provides a voice to all the abused dishes of the kitchen. We are looking forward to your views

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4 Comments for “Bartan Live: Dishes Protest against rights violations”

  1. Abbas

    Looks like a new dish wash detergent is to be launched..

  2. ijaz

    Its an interesting way to introduce a new brand in an already stuffed dish wash market. Looking forward to see its formal launch

  3. ashaer

    A nice way to express ones distress and helplessness.

    Before going to sleep at night, not a single dish or other bartan should be left uncleaned.The uncleaned bartan curses the dwellers of that house.

    Also avoid wasting food as far as possible. Dont fill up your dishes to the point that you have to waste some of it.

    Note : A silent message for sabba (in reverse order)

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