After disrupting the events of Pakistani artists and also denied to provide accommodation for many Pakistani families at several hotels in Mumbai, the owner of the Dunkin’ Donuts franchise in Pakistan has decided to offer a free meal to any Indian visiting its country on a short-term visa as a “goodwill gesture”.

Mr. Iqbal Latif, who is the owner of the popular restaurant chain in the neighboring country told,

“He decided to welcome Indians warmly, after the Pakistani family’s plight in Mumbai. We want to answer the Shiv Sena with love.”

As you all know, Dunkin’ Donuts is well-known for its donuts in all over the world, which will be now providing a free sandwich meal and a donut?to all Indian visitors. This new promotional campaign is being operated in 26 outlets in Islamabad, Lahore, and Peshawar. “Peace, Amity, and Understanding” is the title of this campaign, having the aim to spread the message of peace, especially throwing light towards the recent incidents held in Mumbai- a canceled music concert and ink being thrown on a writer.


There is one banner of the promotional campaign that carries the flags of both the countries. On the starting day of this offer, 17 meals were served to Indians in one of the branches of Dunkin’ Donuts in Islamabad. But still no Indian customers have availed the offer in Lahore and Peshawar.