One of the most controversial issues these days is whether the governments of various countries should avoid spending on public celebrations. Since I believe
activities are vital for a
’s customs and traditions, I disagree with
with, some people argue that public celebrations are a waste of government resources, especially in monetary terms. They believe
events have no gain and do not contribute to the development of a
, they burden the national treasury. The proponents of
argument state, a
should focus more on its vulnerable areas and allocate funds to improve the dire conditions of its underdeveloped regions rather than spending lavishly on celebrations.
, it is clear why people disagree with extravagant government spending’s on national events.
Meanwhile, the publicly celebrated events are unique in every
and are a strong indicator of their culture, tradition, and history.
celebrations have proved to boost the tourism industry. As people travel to other countries to experience different cultures, there is no better way than to plan a visit when public celebrations are in full swing in a host
, 23rd March is publicly celebrated in my
day has great significance in the independence of Pakistan;
, a national parade is conducted every year with participants from all over Pakistan. People from nearby countries come to enjoy
parade, and it is a great learning experience for the future generations as well.
, it is easy to see why public celebrations are necessary.
Having discussed the most pertinent points of the issue, I feel the only logical conclusion is that spending on public celebrations is important for a
. Since the expenses on public celebrations are a drop in the ocean compared to other projects, even if the government ceases to fund
events and shifts that money to solve other issues it would not move the needle.