In pictures: Pakistan celebrates Valentine's Day

Published February 15, 2016
A boy inflates a heart-shaped balloon to sell on Valentine's Day in Karachi.─ Reuters
A boy inflates a heart-shaped balloon to sell on Valentine's Day in Karachi.─ Reuters
A Pakistani couple sits on a beach on Valentine's Day in Karachi.─AFP
A Pakistani couple sits on a beach on Valentine's Day in Karachi.─AFP
A couple on a motorcycle ride past a vendor selling heart-shaped balloons on Valentine's Day in Karachi.─Reuters
A couple on a motorcycle ride past a vendor selling heart-shaped balloons on Valentine's Day in Karachi.─Reuters
Women buying flowers for their loved ones on the occasion of 
Valentine’s Day, at a stall in Multan. ─PPI
Women buying flowers for their loved ones on the occasion of Valentine’s Day, at a stall in Multan. ─PPI
A shopping mall decorated with colourful stuff related to Valentine’s Day.─APP
A shopping mall decorated with colourful stuff related to Valentine’s Day.─APP
A vendor carries heart-shaped balloons for sale on Valentine's Day in Lahore.─Reuters
A vendor carries heart-shaped balloons for sale on Valentine's Day in Lahore.─Reuters
Valentine’s Day related stuff displayed outside a shop at Bank Road in Rawalpindi.─ APP
Valentine’s Day related stuff displayed outside a shop at Bank Road in Rawalpindi.─ APP
Valentine’s Day related stuff displayed outside a shop at Bank Road in Rawalpindi.─ APP
Valentine’s Day related stuff displayed outside a shop at Bank Road in Rawalpindi.─ APP
An Afghan man takes a picture of his sister in front of large heart shaped flower arrangement at a flower market on Valentine's Day in Islamabad.─Reuters
An Afghan man takes a picture of his sister in front of large heart shaped flower arrangement at a flower market on Valentine's Day in Islamabad.─Reuters
A couple take 'selfie' in front of a giant heart-shaped bouquet display by a vendor to attract customers on Valentine's Day, Sunday.─AP
A couple take 'selfie' in front of a giant heart-shaped bouquet display by a vendor to attract customers on Valentine's Day, Sunday.─AP
Students belonging to Islami Jamiat Taleba (IJT) take part in a protest against Valentine's Day in Peshawar.─AFP
Students belonging to Islami Jamiat Taleba (IJT) take part in a protest against Valentine's Day in Peshawar.─AFP

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