Dunkin’ Donuts Owner In Pakistan Is Offering Free Meals To Indians As A Goodwill Gesture


Reacting to the incident in which several Pakistani family have been denied accommodation in hotels of Mumbai, The owner of Dunkin Donuts in Pakistan has put up a board which says, as a gesture of goodwill free meals and a donut will be served to all Indian visitors.

Iqbal Latif who is the owner of Dunkin Donuts a famous international restaurant chain in Pakistan told the BBC that he wanted to welcome the indians very warmly. He said “We want to answer the Shiv Sena with love,”

Dunkin Donuts will be serving a free sandwich meal and a donut to all the indians who are on a short term visit, The visitor should have a valid visa. This campaign is being featured in 26 franchise in Islamabad, Peshawar and Lahore.


The promotional banner used in this campaign contains flags of both the countries and Latif said there has been a increase in 30% sales after the announcement of this free meal to indians offer.

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