On the occasion of Independence Day, the city echoes the slogans of Jive Pakistan and the spring of green crescent flags while everyone expressed their love for the homeland by listening to the national anthems.
From Karachi to Kashmore and from Gwadar to Khanjrab, love for the homeland is being expressed everywhere and the nation is celebrating Independence Day today with traditional splendor due to which slogans of ‘Long live Pakistan’ were raised in the air.
Streets and courtyards have been decorated with flags on the occasion of 14th August, while people of all ages, including children, have decorated their chests with badges, while others have expressed their love for the homeland by making posters.
Spectacular fireworks were displayed in almost all major cities of the country on the occasion of Independence Day. Citizens flocked in large numbers to watch the spectacular fireworks display on Sea View in Minar Pakistan, Lahore, while the youth marched on motorcycles carrying the national flag.
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The day will begin with special prayers for the security, development and prosperity of the country and the nation. Dignified ceremonies for the change of guards will be held at Mazar-e-Quaid and Mazar-e-Iqbal, 31 in the federal capital Islamabad and 21 in the provincial capitals. , 21 cannons will be saluted.
Celebrating Independence Day will also show solidarity with the unarmed Kashmiri brothers and sisters of Indian-occupied Kashmir and condemn Indian repression, illegal military sieges, lockdowns and atrocities.
It may be recalled that on August 14, 73 years ago, the Muslims of the subcontinent under the leadership of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah made millions of sacrifices which resulted in the establishment of an independent Islamic democratic state on the world map.
The purpose of establishing Pakistan was to gain independence from British imperialism and establish a state where the Muslims of the subcontinent could live their lives freely according to their Islamic practices, traditions and values, a dream realized by Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
The 73rd Independence Day of the country is being celebrated with a renewed commitment that not a minute will be spared to take this country to new heights of development and prosperity.