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PAKISTAN DAY Parade Held In Federal Capital Islamabad:
PAKISTAN ARMED FORCES organized the Military Parade on the eve of the PAISTAN DAY in Federal Capital Islamabad on Thursday, March 25, 2021, PAKISTAN ARMY Media Wing Head DG ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar said in an official statement.
PAKISTAN ARMY Media Wing Head DG ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar said that the parade was rescheduled to 25th March from its initial date of 23rd March due to overcast and bad weather conditions.
The smartly turned out contingent of the Tri-ARMED FORCES of Sacred PAKISTAN conducted a march past during the parade. The pride of PAKISTAN JF-17 Thunder and F-16 Fighter Jet presented aerobatic maneuvers.
The PAKISTAN Day Parade organized this year not only showcase the military might of PAKISTAN and its Brave ARMED FORCES, but it also highlighted the PAKISTAN Movement, which adopted the resolution for the creation of PAKISTAN back in 23rd March, 1947.
The ARMED FORCES of PAKISTAN and Allied Countries paid tribute to all those people, who gave supreme sacrifices for the creation of this Sacred Country PAKISTAN.
On the occasion, the World renowned Aerobatics Team of TURKISH AIR FORCE known as TURK SOLO also participated in the event with their fighter jet. The Paratroopers and military Band of TURKEY, Sri Lanka, Palestine, Iraq and Bahrain also participated in the Parade in various segments.
Chief of Defense (CDS) and Commander of Sri Lankan Army General Shavendra L H Silva, Commander Bahrain National Guard, General Sheikh Isa bin Khalifa, Commander UK Strategic Command general patrick also witnessed the graceful PAKISTAN Day Parade.
A rich and glorious tribute paid to all the civilians who laid down their lives in indian state sponsored and indian state funded terrorism, like the Brave Kid Itezaz Ahsan of Hangu, were remembered.
The participants also paid rich tribute to the youngest victim of an indian barbaric act of pellet gun, including the 18-month old Hiba Nasir and Asifa Bano of Bakarwal community of Kathoa in illegally indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir, who was raped and brutally murdered by the coward indian security forces.
A special tribute was also paid to the Great Patriots of this Sacred Country, including Nawab Siraj Raisani Shaheed, Shuja Khanzada and Haroon Bilour as a symbol of courage, bravery and resolve.
On the occasion, different contingents from ANF, Rangers, Police and ASF Women were also present.
The Pride of PAKISTAN enclosure included people who have excelled in their respective field. A woman in Karachi received the coveted Pride of PAKISTAN award for providing meals to the needy people for only Rs. 3 for 19 years, so no person should not be slept with empty stomach.
A person Ali Gohar from Balochistan also presented on the occasion, who lost both of his arms in a electrical shock mishap and now he is currently painting with his feet.
Other list included the 9 year of Natalia Najam, who made her name in the Guinness Book of World Records by beating an indian academician while arranging the periodic table in the fastest possible time ever.
The Shakaparian Parade Ground is one of the most scenic, heart throbbing and most beautiful parade venue in the world. The ground was specially decorated and Giant Screens were installed for the people to show them the various segments.
The list include Zarar Naeem, who secured top position in ACCA out of total 179 countries across the globe. A photojournalist Emanuel Guddo, who hails from Mirpur Sindh, has shown the real beauty of PAKISTAN’s Sindh province through his pictures. Another child included Farzana Bibi, who is herself a victim of Polio, but is campaigning to keep the Sacred Country PAKISTAN free from this disease.
The PAKISTAN Day Parade was strictly conducted as per the strict guidelines and Standard Operation Procedures (SOPs) of the health department. All the associated military delegates, visitors and the military contingents were kept in the special bio bubble and their movement in an out of the parade ground was restricted.
The management and organizers of the PAKISTAN Day Parade provided face masks to all the visitors, who came to witness the parade. Moreover, the hand sanitizers were also provided at the each entry gate and special Temperature Guns were used regularly on all the visitors to check the possible symptoms of Covid-19 pandemic.
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