Nation Celebrates Pakistan Day With Simplicity!

With the Coronavirus pandemic on the rise, nation celebrates Pakistan day with simplicity. Without a doubt the coronavirus outbreak has shaken the whole nation, spirits are generally low, however we think that we’re lucky that a day like today comes as a reminder of how working hard and standing shoulder to shoulder with each other,…

With the Coronavirus pandemic on the rise, nation celebrates Pakistan day with simplicity. Without a doubt the coronavirus outbreak has shaken the whole nation, spirits are generally low, however we think that we’re lucky that a day like today comes as a reminder of how working hard and standing shoulder to shoulder with each other, surpassing personal biases can lead to a better tomorrow. We today are a part of the reality that only existed as a dream 80 years ago, showing the power that lies in the human spirit, the resilience of a Pakistani soul.

Pakistan Day
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Maulana Tariq Jameel’s address to nation last night also stands as a shining awakening for all of us. He urged the Muslim Ummah to stand united and pray to the Almighty for a better future for all of us.

Prime Minister Imran Khan urges the nation to stand united in this time of difficulty and remarked “God willing, we will stand victorious in this test.”

Chief Minister Usman Buzdar also urged the nation to stay at home and fight the pandemic in solidarity.

President Arif Alvi quoted Quaide-e-Azam in his message to the nation.

CM Sindh Murad Ali Shah also took to twitter to emphasise the importance of unity in this trying time.

Federal Minister Asad Umar also wished the nation in an encouraging tweet saying we will emerge victorious out of this situation as well.

We hope this Pakistan day, we all are able to understand the underlying meaning and  importance of the words UNITY, FAITH & DISCIPLINE and are able to transcend this rough patch by following the right path.
Thinking of how to celebrate the day in a productive manner? Here are some quotes of our Quaid to ponder over.

Long live Pakistan!

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