Pakistan country Army chief general Qamar Javed Bajwa had hoisted the flag at the nation border at twelve midnight.
Islamabad: Pakistan on this Monday had hoisted the largest flag in its history at Attari-Wagah border close Lahore to mark the nation’s 70th Independence Day.
The country army chief general Qamar Javed Bajwa had hoisted the flag at the border at twelve in the midnight, kicking off the celebrations of through the country.
The flag is stated to be the highest in South Asia and the 8th tallest in the complete world.
The flag made in Pakistan, it is 400-feet high and 120 feet by 80 feet in size.
Talking about the event, General Bajwa said: “Some 77 years previously, our nation resolution was conceded in the same city (Lahore). The country had come into being on the night of 27th Ramadan – it was a holy night.
“Today, the nation is rolling on the path of the law and the structure. All organizations are working well. We will make Pakistan the nation of Quaid-e-Azam and Allama Iqbal.”
Bajwa even said, “We have solidified several sacrifices – we will never overlook our martyrs. We will execute every terrorist in our nation. I dearth to tell our opponents, whether they are in the west or east, that your bullets will end but not the chests of our jawans [soldiers].”
Admitting Pakistan’s interior and exterior challenges General Bajwa said, “I swear you that we never let you down. Any supremacy that will target to weaken Pakistan, the Army, and all other associations will foil their efforts.”
Other orators also paid opulent tributes to those killed through migration to Pakistan.