Pakistan Day Parade (23 March) has been Rescheduled


Pakistan Day Parade (23 March) has been Rescheduled

Pakistan Day (March 23) Pakistan Day Parade has been rescheduled.

ISPR has issued a statement regarding Pakistan Day Parade, in which it has been announced to reschedule the March 23 parade.

According to ISPR, Pakistan Day parade will not be held on March 23 due to bad weather and rains in Islamabad and surrounding areas as well as whole country.

According to ISPR, the Pakistan Day parade which was scheduled on March 23 will now be held on March 25 as per the schedule.

It is pertinent to mention that during the Tehreek-e-Pakistan, 23 March 1940 was the day when Maulvi Fazlullah, under the leadership of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, presented a resolution for an independent Pakistan. On this occasion, we as a nation celebrate March 23 every year as Pakistan Day.

The Pakistan Armed Forces Resolution demonstrates the parade and defense capabilities of Pakistan. This parade is called Pakistan Day Parade.

The colorful Pakistan Day celebrations showcase the skills of the land, air and naval forces, as well as Pakistan's defense equipment.

It may be recalled that last year the Pakistan Day parade was canceled due to corona virus while in 2019 the parade was held with national spirit.

Pakistan Day Parade 2019 was attended by troops from Pakistan as well as friendly countries China, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Bahrain, Brunei and Azerbaijan. While Chinese and Turkish air forces also participated. President Dr. Arif Alvi attended the parade as the Chief Guest. While, Prime Minister of Malaysia Mahathir Mohamad also attended the parade as the Guest of Honor. General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chiefs of Pakistan Air Force and Pakistan Navy and other officials were also present.

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