14 August – Pakistan Independence Day

On 14 August 1947, Pakistan became an independent state. Emerged as a world map. Freedom from the double slavery of British and Hindus. In order to get it, the Muslims of India prayed to Allah, remembering. Make this freedom our elders sacrificed their lives and property and thousands more. The angel had obtained the biography by losing the virginity of his daughters.

Freedom was not presented to us on a plate but our forefathers irrigated the plant of freedom with their own blood and finally. That plant came out of the ground on 14 August 1947 and grew over time. But did we plant this plant? Irrigation? Did we offer anything for this plant? Everyone should ask this question to the person inside them

“******The looted caravans that could not stop or bow down

Those who went to make a homeland, those who went to decorate the lawn*****”

14 August is a Day Called the Day of  Pakistan’s Independence:

Independence Day is celebrated with great enthusiasm. This is the day when Pakistan came into being in 1947 after gaining independence from the British rulers. 14 August is celebrated with great fanfare as a national holiday at the official level in Pakistan. While children, young and old alike raise their national flags to pay homage to their national benefactors.

Celebrations are detained all over the country and it is like a festival. Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, is lavishly decorated, while its scenery evokes a sense of celebration. And in a national ceremony in Islamabad. The President of Pakistan and the Prime Minister raise the national flag and pledge that we will take this dear country to the heights of prosperity like this flag.

Apart from these ceremonies, not only the national flag is hoisted on the presidential and parliamentary buildings but also the green crescent flag is hoisted on government and semi-government buildings across the country. On Independence Day, the speeches of the President and the Prime Minister of Pakistan are broadcast live on radio and TV channels and the pledge is renewed that we all work together to take the beloved homeland to a higher level of development, prosperity, and success.

While officially celebrating Independence Day in a grand manner, the high-ranking officials, while mentioning the achievements and best strategies of their government, pledge to their people that we will develop this dear country by spreading our body and mind. We will continue to walk on the path of faith and will always abide by the words of our leader Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah “Faith, Unity and Organization”.

14 August is an Official Holiday in Pakistan:

14 August is an official holiday in Pakistan, while government and semi-government buildings are lit and green crescent flags are flown. Similarly, ceremonies are held at central venues in all the provinces as well as cultural programs. In all the cities of Pakistan, Nazim hoists national flags while a large number of heads of private institutions attend flag hoisting ceremonies. Are presented. Flag-raising ceremonies are also held in schools and colleges, as well as colorful events, speeches, and dialogues.

The excitement of children, young and old is evident in the homes where in addition to various events, lunch and dinner are also arranged, and later enjoyment is also enjoyed. Entertainment programs under the auspices of residential areas, cultural institutions, and social associations are celebrated in a grand manner. In addition, an official guard change ceremony is held at the tomb of Quaid-e-Azam. Similarly, at the Wagah border, there is a process of changing the guard of honor at cultural events, while there is also a bilateral release of prisoners who cross the Wagah border by mistake.

Tehreek-e-Pakistan Leaders:

Tehreek-e-Pakistan leaders include Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, Muhammad Iqbal, Aga Khan III, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Ghulam Bheek Nerang, Liaquat Ali Khan, Nawab Bahadur Yar Jang, GM Syed, Sardar Abdul Rabb Nishtar, Fatima Jinnah, Chaudhry Rehmat Ali, Maulana Muhammad. Ali Johar, Maulana Shaukat Ali, Fazlullah, Sikandar Hayat Khan, Maulana Zafar Ali Khan, Khawaja Nazimuddin, Abdul Qayyum Khan, Hussain Shaheed Suhrawardy, Begum Rana Liaquat Ali, Jog Nadra Nath Mandal among others Altaf Hussain Yusuf Khattak, Shaukat Hayat Khan, Muhammad Asad Zia-ud-Din Ahmed and thousands of others.

It is said that many compatriots do not know what happened on 23 March 1940. It is a historical witness and the elders say that the All India Muslim League held. Its annual gathering at Manto Park, Lahore from March 22 to 24, 1940. Speaking on the first day. Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah said, “India’s problem is not a local matter of customs but a clear international issue. And must be treated in the same way.

The Differences Between Muslims and Hindus:

The differences between Muslims and Hindus are so sharp and bitter that it is very dangerous to bring them together under one central government. Hindus and Muslims are clearly separate nations. So the only way is to allow them to form their own separate states. By any characterization, Muslims are a separate nation. We want our people to be fully spiritual in the way we think best, according to their beliefs and understanding. Cultural Economic. Develop socially and politically.

Keeping in view the concepts of the Quaid-e-Azam, AK Fazlullah, who was the Chief Minister of Bengal in those days, presented a landmark resolution that summarizes the objectives. No constitutional plan is feasible or acceptable to Muslims unless geographically Associated Muslim-majority areas are not established.

The Muslim-majority areas in northwestern and eastern India are supposed to be ready Muslim states that are self-governing in all respects. The non-Muslim minority in these states will be given special and effective protection, as well as those in other areas where the Muslim minority is.

Maulana Zafar Ali Khan from Punjab supported this agreement. Sardar Aurangzeb from the border. Sir Abdullah Haroon from Sindh and Qazi Issa from Balochistan. Apart from Chaudhry Khaliq-uz-Zaman from United Province “Now Uttar Pradesh” and many other leaders. According to this resolution, Punjab in West.

Sindh NWFP and Balochistan and Bengal and Assam in the east would form part of Pakistan. The treaty was made part of the constitution of the All India Muslim League in 1941.

The Above Principle was Accepted:

The above principle was accepted by the British government but later with the connivance of the Congress and Lord Mountbatten the provinces of Punjab and Bengal were divided and Assam The situation has also changed. The provinces of Bengal and Punjab were divided not only on a district basis but also by dividing Gordaspor, a district of Punjab, to give way to India to enter Jammu and Kashmir. The Muslim-majority areas are named on this map. Ali’s suggestion was.

This country has become free from the blood of our ancestors. Not that we got the gift. But the mention of these sacrifices will not end. I come to the point that the dream that Allama Iqbal had had was fulfilled. A nominal Islamic state was established in the East. But his dreams remained unfulfilled because he wanted an Islamic state to be established in the East. And there the Muslims of India will perform their religious rites and rituals peacefully. But sadly, since 1947 till today no ruler has imposed on him to enforce the rules in accordance with Islamic teachings in this country.

There Were Slaves Before and There are Slaves Today:

If we say we are not slaves, then how can we be free? It is so free to call on the British to solve their problems instead of the Qur’an and Hadith Or to implement the social values ​​they have here. Or to give freedom to those who do what they want here. No! This will not happen at all because there are such people in this God-given country of Pakistan. He who is ready to sacrifice at any time can sacrifice everything for the sake of his beloved homeland Pakistan. We are looking for people who can teach this country and its people how to prosper and live in peace.

Alhamdulillah, 74 Years Have Passed Since the Founding of Pakistan:

Alhamdulillah, 74 years have passed since the founding of Pakistan and the whole nation is busy preparing to celebrate the 75th Independence Day with enthusiasm. On this occasion, schools, offices, houses, shops, streets, and courtyards are decorated with flags and banners. There is every need to make our new generation aware of the importance. And the respect of the flag because we often see our children, young people disrespecting the flag. Because they do not know that any country What is the requirements for respecting the flag.

The purpose of this post is to spread awareness. Let’s explain to everyone what are the requirements of respecting the flag. The national flag is the symbol of any country or nation that expresses the ideology of that country.

The national flag is not a piece of cloth but a flag that guarantees the freedom, liberty, and equality of any country. And The national flag is respected in every way. Free nations do not hesitate to make any sacrifice for the greatness of their flag.

The flag of Pakistan is also a champion of our freedom and sovereignty. And there are some requirements of respect that we all need to know:

  •  No other flag should be flown higher than the Pakistani flag.
  •  The flag is hoisted on the hood of a car, motorcycle, train, or boat.
  •  If the national flag is hoisted with another flag, then the flag of Pakistan should be on the right side.
  •  If the flag is to be displayed on the shield and the number of other flags is odd. Then the Pakistani flag must be at a high level in the middle. And if the number of flags is even. Then the Pakistani flag should be on the right side of the flag of the shield.
  •  National flags in processions or in the middle of the next rows. Be on the right.
  •  The national flag should be hoisted high above the head in a meeting.
  •  The white part of the flag hanging in the street should be upwards.
  •  The flag of our nation should not touch the floor.
  •  The flag should not be flown in a place where it is feared to be torn or damaged.
  •  The national flag should not be wrapped around the waist.
  •  The national flag should be hoisted from sunrise to sunset so that the darkness of night does not fall on it.

On 14 August it is very important to make the new generation aware of the importance of the national flag and literature and respect. The mistakes we have been making so far with regard to the flag should not be made by our future generations.


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