Pakistan has gotten its independence on 14 august 1947 since then people of Pakistan and the government of Pakistan celebrating the day of independence, which reminds us of attainment of freedom from British rule.
Pakistan day is celebrated in every city and village of Pakistan, with great zeal. The whole country is bleeding green with the Pakistani flag. Color full events chalked out in a befitting manner and pay respect to those who gave sacrifice for their mother land to give a bright future to the next generations.
From the beginning of august radio stations and TV channels play patriotic songs (Millinughmay) and various TV shows and programmed highlights the history culture and achievements of Pakistan are broadcast.
HOPE- an NGO in Pakistan, was also a part of this grand celebration when HOPE school- Zia colony rejoiced on the festive occasion of 14th August.
Students from Nursery to Matric were made to sing the national anthem in the assembly while flags were distributed amongst the children. Pupils were overjoyed to have been given a chance to sing patriotic Pakistani songs on the podium.
HOPE- an educational NGO in Pakistan, repeated the same activities with the morning and evening shift so that no one felt left out.
Students decorated the classes however they liked with green and white being highlighted as the main colors.
Under the leadership of Dr. MubinaAgboatwalla- a child specialist in Karachi, HOPE strives to flourish and continue its philanthropic work for the betterment of the society and Pakistan as a whole.
Pakistan is a country made up of the blood and sweat of those who gave their lives fighting for this great nation. We as Pakistani’s must take pride in being citizens of this country which has given us everything we own today. It is our duty to help those in need, not only as an act of humanitarian but also as a civilian of Pakistan.