According to details, Defense Day is being celebrated with enthusiasm across the country today. On Defense Day, the day will start with a salute of 31 cannons in the federal capital Islamabad and 21 cannons in the provincial capitals.
After the Fajr prayers, special prayers were offered for the security and prosperity of the country and the nation and Fateha was offered for the martyrs.
In connection with Pakistan Defense Day, prestigious events will be organized in different cities along with all the cantonments.
In addition to laying flowers on the monuments of the martyrs of the September 6, 1965 war and receiving the Haider insignia, military and civil officers will recite the Qur’an and recite the Fatiha, while also meeting the families of the martyrs.
Dignified ceremonies will be held at the shrines of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, and Allama Muhammad Iqbal, the thinker of Pakistan.
Fifty years ago, on September 6, 1965, in response to the enemy’s aggression, the entire nation became a plywood wall. Bad naval airspace and where the Muslim soldiers were instrumental in defending the homeland, the minority living in Pakistan was also in the forefront in gnashing the teeth of the enemy.
On September 6, the lion-hearted soldiers, who chewed the enemy to pieces, defended their homeland beyond religion and sect. Air Marshal Eric Gordon Hall preferred the post-independence Pakistan Air Force to the Indian Air Force. They could have started a war, but they realized that the Pakistan Air Force had a shortage of bombers.
He modified the C-31 transport aircraft and made it bombable. With the help of these aircraft, he smashed the bricks of India’s heavy artillery in Attari sector of Lahore.
Similarly, Lt. McPiston G. Spariwala, a member of the Parsi community, had crushed the Indian warriors under the leadership of the Baloch Regiment. Numerous minority communities, including Christie’s, have been scrambling to stop India’s unholy footsteps on the Holy Land.
When India, Pakistan’s eternal enemy, attacked Lahore from three sides in the dark of night, this insidious attitude of India was strongly condemned at the international level. China, a lifelong friend of Pakistan, had deployed a large part of its forces along the Indian border, and observers say that cowardly enemy forces were forced into a ceasefire because of this fear.