Pakistan Independence Day 2014 celebrated across Pakistan



First time in the history of Pakistan Army March-past was observed at night on the night of 13th august 2014. This 14 august is a very crucial day for Pakistan because of the current circumstances. Few political parties are trying their best to derail the democracy and give birth to unrest in Pakistan.

Google: The doodle emphasizes the sprouting blossom molded Pakistan Monument in Islamabad, Pakistan. The Pakistan Monument is a national landmark that speaks to the nation’s four territories and three regions.

Prior to an engineer was finished to outline this landmark, a rival was held among outstanding planners of that time. Also at last, Arif Masood’s arrangement was chosen for the last plan.

The four principle petals of the Pakistan Monument speak to the four territories -Balochistan, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, and Sindh – while the three more modest petals speak to the three domains – Gilgit-Baltistan, Azad Kashmir and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas.

“The country is appreciative to our officers and we salute them for their grit,” the president said amid his discourse.

A 21-firearm salute was discharged in common capitals, while a 31-weapon salute was given in Islamabad to celebrate the.

A 2400-square-foot banner has likewise been ready that will be raised in Islamabad later amid the day.


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