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Pakistan Independence Day: Chinese vice-premier Wang Yang visit as special guest

Pakistan Independence Day: Chinese vice-premier Wang Yang visit as special guest
Written by Pallavi Parmar

Pakistan celebrated their 70th Independence day by putting up lights across the Lahore. And the Pakistan’s Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa hoisted the flag at the border at 12 in the midnight of 14th August. While on Chinese vice-premier Wang Yang visit as the special guest at the Pakistan Independence Day celebration. And he said that the two countries have always stood by each other and their friendship was stronger than steel.

He is kicking off the festivities of Independence Day across the country. Lahore is decorated with lights to marks 70th Pakistan’s Independence Day. As per the reports, the Pakistan’s flag is also to be the highest one in South Asia and the 8th highest in the world. It is 400 feet high and 120 feet by 80 feet in size made in Pakistan. The General Bajwa while speaking on the occasion said that 77 years ago Pakistan resolution was passed in the Lahore that came into being on the night of 27th Ramadan and it was a blessed night.

He further added that Today the country is progressing on the path of the law and the Constitution and all the institutions are working properly. He said that we will make Pakistan the country of Quaid-e-Azam and Allama Iqbal. As they rendered many sacrifices they will never forget their martyrs. He said that “We will exec underfed to each and every terrorist in Pakistan”. And he wants to tell their enemies that whether they are in the east or in the west their bullets will end but not chests of our jawans. he expressed his feeling in his speech on this occasion.

Bajwa while acknowledging Pakistan’s internal and external challenges said that he assured their people that they will never let them down. The Army and all other institutions will foil their attempts if any power will aim to weaken Pakistan. On this Independence occasion in Pakistan, other government speakers also grieved their rich tributes to those who were killed during migration to Pakistan.

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Pallavi Parmar

Journalism is my profession, Blogging and Writing are my passion, Travelling is my love, Food is my life and Feminist by nature.