ISLAMABAD: On Monday, people all across Pakistan are celebrating Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s 147th birthday with the customary fervor and enthusiasm.
Dawn prayers were held in mosques for the integrity, unity, and prosperity of Pakistan and Jammu and Kashmir as well as the liberation of all other Muslim occupied territories from Israeli rule, including occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
To commemorate the day, a number of social, political. And intellectual groups will host similar special events at the district and tehsil headquarters of Azad Jammu Kashmir.
On this special occasion, speakers will honor the great leader and founder of Pakistan while also highlighting his busy life, ideas. And accomplishments that helped the Muslims of the Subcontinent establish their own nation.
In order to secure the emancipation of the Muslims in British India. Muhammad Ali Jinnah played a crucial role as their liberator.
From the time that the Pakistan Resolution was formulated until August 14, 1947, when Pakistan officially established. Quaid-e-Azam skillfully navigated the intricate political terrain. He became the first Governor-General of Pakistan.
On Monday, there was a classy ceremony to replace the guards at the Quaid-i-Azam mausoleum in Karachi.
The Pakistan Military Academy Kakul cadets took over the guard duty from the Pakistan Air Force cadets.
The main guest for the event was Major General Iftikhar Hassan Chaudhry. The principal visitor presented Fateha and placed a floral wreath at the Mazar.
Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar emphasized in his speech on the occasion the importance of maintaining unity for the survival of democracy, peaceful coexistence. The rule of law, and the eradication of extremist forces.
According to the prime minister, they ought to reaffirm their dedication to Pakistan’s prosperity, unity, and progress on this day.
He underlined that “unity, faith, and discipline”—Quaid’s tenets—should serve as the nation’s compass in realizing the democratic state as envisioned by its founder.
The acting prime minister extended his felicitations to the country on Quaid’s birthday, stating that everyone was commemorating the day with zeal, fervor, and reverence.