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‘Pakistan Zindabad’, ISPR releases new Pakistan Day song

Pakistan will hold a military parade in Islamabad as part of celebrations on March 23. 

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Keeping the tradition alive to make special songs on the national events,  the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) has released the new song as part of this year’s Pakistan Day celebrations.

Director General ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor has also shared the new song “Pakistan Zindabad” on Twitter. Singer Sahir Ali Bagga has lent his voice for this song, written by Imran Raza.

As expected this year’s song highlights the recent Pakistani forces achievements in wake of Pulwama attack. How brilliantly the brave sons of Pakistan defended their motherland shooting down Indian aircraft and captured the pilot, who was later released by the government of Pakistan as a goodwill gesture to promote regional peace.

The unity of the nation, especially in the tough times is the essence of patriotism!

Prior to the release of the Pakistan Day song,  ISPR shared the series of promo showing the eminent personalities including journalists, singers, overseas Pakistanis chanting “Pakistan Zindabad” which literally means ‘long live Pakistan’.

Pakistan will hold a military parade in Islamabad as part of celebrations on March 23. Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad will be the guest of honor at the parade where a contingent from friendly countries including Turkey and China will also be in attendance.

 

 

 

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