MULTAN – German Ambassador to Pakistan, Martin Kobler is known for his active posts on social media. Just before retirement, Martin has tried something new in Pakistan and people can’t stop reacting to it. In a relatively short span of
MULTAN – German Ambassador to Pakistan, Martin Kobler is known for his active posts on social media. Just before retirement, Martin has tried something new in Pakistan and people can’t stop reacting to it.
In a relatively short span of time, the career diplomat has become a heartthrob of Pakistan, winning hearts and engaging with the locals while promoting the culture of Pakistan, especially through social media.
Martin Kobler tried riding a Qingqi/Rickshaw (local bicycle) and shared the pictures from his visit to central Punjab on his Twitter handle.
Here is the post by Kobler:
Interesting visit to paper mill in central punjab. Good to see #German machinery being used.
Glad to see the load of paper #recycling here. Necessary for safe & clean environment. #GREENit. wanted to ride this Quinchi rickshaw for the 1st time.. Sadly it didn't start😒 pic.twitter.com/3DtrE75GGV
— Martin Kobler مارٹن کوبلر (@KoblerinPAK) March 21, 2019
Twiterratis admired the latest experiment by the German ambassador of riding a local auto vehicle. Many can’t still believe that Kobler is going to leave Pakistan soon.
Let’s have a look at some of the reactions to Kobler’s post:
You are so versatile ready to try n do anything and everything,with all due respect sir I wonder how you were in your 20s if you are so energetic & charismatic now what was it like then?you live life to the Max with a good heart & conscience lots of respect n love from Pakistan
— gamechanger (@gamecha78290593) March 21, 2019
Allah bless you sir , I love your kind nature.
— SaimaPathan! 💖 (@Man0_MEeaOw) March 21, 2019
May Allah subhanwatallah guide all of us to the right path,, Mashallah
— NajeebAnsari 🇵🇰 (@NajeebAnsari9) March 21, 2019
— Hashim Raza (@scientist2014) March 21, 2019
U r great person
— GujjaR (@GujjaR20393452) March 21, 2019
We will surely miss you, Martin Kobler.