4 streets in Saudi Arabia named after Pakistani heroes

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Many roads in Saudi Arabia are named after the national heroes of Pakistan. Here are the details of a few of those ways named after Pakistani heroes.

Muhammad Ali Jinnah Street

Muhammad Ali Jinnah is the founder of Pakistan and the father of the Pakistani nation. Muhammad Ali Jinnah Street is located in the Granada district of Riyadh. The naming of this road after the father of the nation clearly indicates the importance of Pakistan in the hearts of the Saudi leaders and its people.

Muhammad Iqbal Street

This street is named after the great Pakistani thinker and national poet, Allama Muhammad Iqbal, and this street is also located in Riyadh, behind the month of Hail.

Here you will also be amazed to know that in Alexandria, which is an Egyptian city, there is also a road named after Muhammad Iqbal, the national poet of Pakistan.

Muhammad Iqbal Street in Riyadh

Farman Ali Khan Street

Now, that’s a name that not everyone may be familiar with Farman Ali Khan The title of national hero by the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. H

H. is also a Pakistani who wins the highest civilian honor, the “King Abdul Aziz Medal”. Farman Ali Khan Street is located in Al-Quwaiza, Jeddah.

Islamabad Street

A street in Riyadh is named Islamabad after the capital of Pakistan. Everyone remembers while reading the blackboard Pakistan.

Islamabad Street in Riyadh

Steve has lived in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and has written on Saudi rules, regulations, manuals and procedures since then.

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