Pakistan Day will be observed on Wednesday with a vow to ensure the country’s progress, prosperity, and defence.

Pakistan Day is a significant date in Pakistan’s history. Pakistan Day is celebrated every year on March 23 to commemorate the passage of the Lahore Resolution, which culminated in the foundation of a separate nation for Muslims in South Asia in 1947. On March 23, 1940, the Pakistan Resolution, as it was known at the time, was passed.

Special dua rituals were held in mosques after Fajr prayers to pray for the eradication of the coronavirus as well as the country’s unity, integrity, and prosperity. A 31-gun salute was fired in Washington, D.C., while a 21-gun salute was fired in each of the province capitals.

The national flag has been raised at all key government buildings.

The day’s highlight will be a large military parade in Islamabad, with contingents from the three armed forces and other security forces passing by while fighter jets perform aerial acrobatics.

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