ISPR releases song to commemorate Pakistan Day

Urdu version of the song has been sung by Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan


News Desk March 21, 2018
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As the nation prepares to celebrate Pakistan Day, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) has released a song in connection with the 78th anniversary of the adoption of the Lahore Resolution.

The theme of the song is 'Amman ka Nishan Hamara Pakistan'. Besides the national language, the song has also been released in all regional languages.

The Urdu version of the song has been sung by Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan. The song is available in six other Pakistani languages including Punjabi, Sindhi, Pashto, Balochi, Balti and Kashmiri.


This is not the first time the military's media wing has released a video on a special occasion.

ISPR releases special video to mark Quaid's birth anniversary

They released a special video to mark the 142nd birth anniversary of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. The footage began with commemorating the ideology of the poet of the nation Allama Muhammad Iqbal and goes on to depict the struggle culminating in the creation of Pakistan.

 

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anwar shaukat ansari | 3 years ago | Reply Mr Brejesh Kumar, Pakistan army is a specialist allrounder. In the battle field they dare and defeated mighty soviet union . Professionally the most perfect army and for the love of motherland they have set various industries like fertiliser, sugar , chemical, food and defence manufacturing equipment. Thus they dont have to borrow extra money from the government , rather they produce and sell also to maintain a very tight budget, thereby helping the general economy of the country too. Dr Anwar S Ansari
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