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14 August THE DAY OF FREEDOM, SACRIFIES, AND LOVE WITH HOMELAND

14 august 1947 the most historic day in world and also important for subcontinent because the British Rule has end on this day.it has great importance day in Pakistan history . The incident came to light through the Indian Independence Act of 1947, under which the British Raj granted independence to the Dominion of Pakistan, which included West Pakistan (now Pakistan) and East Pakistan (now Bangladesh).Its a day when Pakistan become country with their own ideology and with basic of Islamic principle and cultures value.
after the struggles of all Indian Muslim league leader, Mohammad Ali Jinnah , Allama Iqbal and others including Muslim of subcontinent . a lot of sacrifies of people just like their home ,life styles ,their relative and much more things they left for their beloved home land of Islamic republic of Pakistan. In the Islamic calendar, Independence Day aligns with the 27th of Ramadan, a sacred evening for Muslims known as Shab-e-Qadr. The main Independence Day celebrations occur in Islamabad, where officials raise the national flag at the Presidential and Parliament buildings. Leaders then deliver the national anthem and live televised speeches. The day’s general celebrations and festivities include flag-raising ceremonies, parades, cultural events, and patriotic songs. Awards ceremonies are often held on this day, and Pakistanis wave the national flag over their homes or hang it prominently on their vehicles and clothing.

14 August 1947 THE DAY OF FREEDOM& PEACE

This day reminds us of the struggle for freedom from foreign rule. The British Raj left the subcontinent and handed over control to Pakistan’s National Government. This day exemplifies the nationalism and patriotism of Pakistanis who sacrificed for their homeland.

Pakistan had been part of the Indian colony since the 18th century, first under the East India Company and then the British Indian Empire. In 1947, independence formed the ‘Dominion of Pakistan,’ encompassing East and West Pakistan.

After the war of independence of Bangladesh in 1971, East Pakistan separated from West Pakistan and became Bangladesh. Independence occurred at midnight between 14 August and 15 August 1947. Consequently, Pakistan celebrates Independence Day on 14 August, while India celebrates on 15 August. The day will begin with a salute of 31 cannons in the federation and 21 in the provincial capitals. The president will then raise the national flag with the national anthem. After that the President will address the nation on this occasion.

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