Hamara Pakistan, a new national song just has been released by ISPR (Inter Services Public Relation) in seven different languages which include Urdu, Sindhi, Pashto, Balochi, Balti, and Kashmiri. This is the first time that a national song has been released in all the languages at once.
The track Hamra Pakistan has been composed by Sahir Ali Bagga and sung by Shafqat Amant Ali (Urdu Version). The video of the song features all the people across Pakistan including elders and kids dressed in their traditional outfits. The song brings the message of Unity and peace for the people of Pakistan.
This 23rd March will be Pakistan’s 78th Pakistan Day which will be celebrated across the country on March 23, 2018, which remarks the day of Lahore Resolution March 23, 1940, which led to the creation of Pakistan.
Moreover, 23rd March parade will take place in Islamabad and it should be mentioned that in 2015, the parade was resumed after a gap of seven years.
In a recent Twitter post, the Director General Major General Asif Ghafoor said that “Nation prepares to celebrate 78th Pakistan Day on 23 Mar 2018.” “Pakistan is synonymous to Peace and we shall safeguard it at any cost IA,” the director general ISPR said.
Nation prepares to celebrate 78th PakDay on 23 Mar 2018.
— Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor (@OfficialDGISPR) March 7, 2018
Dil Ka Junnoon Jo Rago se Bahaa Hai
Dil Azmaya to Dar Na Laga Hai
Nahi Khof koi bi Dushman ka Humko
Nahi Milney dein ke yun dharti se Gham Ko
Har ek Pakistani Hai Tumhara Pakistan
Aman ka Nishan hai Humara Pakistan