Today on 23rd March 2021 the nation is celebrating Pakistan Day with great zeal and zest. The Muslims have made various sacrifices to achieve a separate homeland for them so that they can follow their own religion and traditions. This day the people remind the enormous struggles made by our forefathers living in the subcontinent. Now it is the responsibility of every citizen to make Pakistan a great county in every field and sector. Pakistan day makes the people to renew the pledge to play a significant role in the development of the country. To celebrate the auspicious day the military parades take place in Islamabad and the country boosts the security forces to protect the people from the terrorists.
Creation Of Pakistan
The nation pays tribute to the heroes of the national movement as the independence of Pakistan can be only possible due to their dedication and professional commitment. The Lahore Resolution was passed on 23rd March 2021 that eventually led to the creation of Pakistan that got its independence on 14th August 1947, seven years after passing the resolution. The leaders of the Pakistan movement were the founder of Pakistan, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, and national poet Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal.
Events Led To Independence
Following are the events that led to the independence of Pakistan.
Idea To Get Separate Homeland
The Lahore Resolution of 1940 was based on the idea to get a separate state for the Muslims. Although this idea was rejected by the Indians but the Muslim leaders of the Indian sub-continent under the leadership of Quaid-e-Azam remain determined and succeeded to attain their goal.
Identity Of Muslims
Moreover, the resolution also highlighted the political and constitutional context of British India and pointed out the identity and rights of Muslims. Pakistan resolution offered the new course of action from the Muslims of British India.
In the period of 1940, the Muslim League had demanded a specific post and the focus of the Muslims was to get a separate state. The five demands were made by the Muslims in the final document of the Pakistan resolution to get their separate identity.
So the evolutionary process to get Pakistan started before March 1940 and Pakistan got independence in 1947. Today the dream of Allama Iqbal has been carved into reality with the efforts of Quaid-e-Azam.
Pakistan’s Day Celebrations
Due to the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, there is a restriction on public gatherings. The people are expressing their love for the country by hoisting the flags on their houses. Moreover, the national flag will be hoisted in the historic buildings. The youth have decorated the vehicles and to show their love for the country.