Pakistan day 23 March is a very important day in the history of Pakistan. On this day, March 23, 1940, the Pakistan Resolution was introduced. On the basis of this, the Pakistan Resolution was launched by the Muslim League. Was later able to get her demand approved.
This was the demand that emerged on the world map in the name of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Every year on March 23 there is a general stalemate in the whole of Pakistan. In the capital of Pakistan, Islamabad, the three Armed Forces of the country parade on this day. The culture of the four provinces is presented. The falcons of the Pakistan Air Force salute in the airspace and perform excellent feats of their high performance.
Pakistan day has a special significance in the history of Pakistan. On this day, the only representative party of the Muslims of the subcontinent (Muslim League) under the enthusiastic leadership of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah called for the establishment of an independent and sovereign state at its 27th annual meeting in Lahore to protect the rights of Muslims.
This historic gathering began on March 22, 1940, and Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, in his two-and-a-half hour speech that day, said that Muslims are a nation by any definition. Muslims and Hindus belong to two different religious philosophies and social customs. Who can marry each other and not eat together.
It clarified that Muslims and Hindus are two separate nations who can no longer live together, their religions, beliefs and customs are different and they want a separate homeland.
The Pakistan Resolution was in fact the demand that emerged on the world map in the name of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and this day of March 23 reminds the people every year of the same spirit that led to the establishment of Pakistan.
March 23, 1940 is a golden day in the history of Muslims in Pakistan and the subcontinent
March 23 is not only a day to set speeches and events but also a day to renew one’s commitment to work for the strength and stability of the beloved homeland.
Current 23rd March 2021 What we gained and lost after gaining Pakistan
A few groups have been active in secularizing Pakistan from the beginning and still are, but the Pakistani majority, which has a special attachment to religion, is still based on slogans and is not concerned with practical struggle. Modern educational institutions in religious madrassas It is necessary that the race of the country should not be in the hands of looters but in the hands of patriots.
Our generations are still far from the true identity of the two-nation ideology and they are being further alienated. Our educational institutions are producing lifeless useless people in the name of curriculum. There are few groups and institutions that are still moving in the right direction. Praise be to Allaah. Our forces have been endowed with many abilities by Allaah, while the media is careless before it can play its positive role.