It is a day of utmost heroic proud ness for Pakistan and every Pakistani out there.”6th September” what comes to our somewhat numb minds in a blink of an eye, when we hear this date; it reminds all the people of Pakistan of the immense sacrifice’s given to protect our beloved country Pakistan. This date takes us back on a long journey of memories full of the sacrifices made by our honorable heroes of the army. It marks the day of the sacrifices of our soldiers.
After the 1947 Indo-Pakistan separation things were normalizing…although their were some unsolved issues like the water dispute and the Kashmir issue paving the way but things were somehow rationalizing to some extent.
Then in 1956 out of the blue, the Indian army attacked Pakistan without any declaration, any sign or warning, this was done to startle the army and catch them off guard. The Indian forces did what they could do. fantasizing of capturing Pakistan. but only ALLAH knows best. The Pakistani soldiers did not even for a second tremble with fear but with highest hopes in ALLAH and love for their country the fought against those savage monsters. The Pakistani army fought with great valour..they’re weapons were the most powerful of all bravery, courage, compassion and the love of their country and the uncountless prayers they were getting from all over the country. Their souls were ready for the honor of being martyr.
14th August the day of Pakistan is a common day for other nations, but this is most valuable day for Pakistani nation in history of Pakistan. In Urdu language it is called as “Yom-e-Istiqlal”. On 14th August 1947 the world saw a new country “Islamic Republic of Pakistan” as an independent country. Remember that according to Islamic calendar Pakistan became on 27th of Ramadan when Allah blessed Muslims with the pious homeland.
The word “Pakistan” is combination of two words “Pak” means pious and “stan” means homeland. Both words belong to Persian and Urdu language.
The Pakistan came into existence due to restless efforts of Quaid-e-Azam (the great leader) Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Muhammad Ali Jinnah proved to be a great leader and his name has been written in golden words in the history of Pakistan.14th August is a public day of dedication and pride for the people throughout Pakistan and celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion among the nation. The main celebrations of this day are flag hoisting, singing patriotic songs, tributes to the national heroes and cultural activities. The importance of this day lies in paying tribute to the lost heroes and in raising the hopes for a bright future. All children and girls feel happy and filled with emotion on this day. They participate in events and express feelings.
Being a Pakistani we must celebrate 14th August by thanking to All Mighty Allah for giving this homeland after immense sacrifices.
Happy Independence Day To Whole Nation!