Proud Moment: Washington Post Tribute to Pakistan Army!!
Pakistan Resolution Day is a national holiday in Pakistan commemorating the Lahore Resolution passed on 23 March 1940 and the adoption of the first constitution of Pakistan during the transition of the Dominion of Pakistan to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan on 23 March 1956 making Pakistan the world’s first Islamic republic.
The 78th Pakistan Day was celebrated with an awe-inspiring parade in the capital’s Shakarparian ground.
Washington Post Special Mentions
Washington Post covered the Pakistan Day with special mentions to Pakistan Army. And they have raised a lot their professional capabilities.
Even the title of the article they published is full of praises and it was “Camels, swordsmen, and jaw-dropping jets: Pakistan flexes military might at the invite-only parade”.
“No one puts on a parade like Pakistan’s Military”
“No one puts on a parade like Pakistan’s military”. Friday morning’s party before a cheering, precisely screened crowd of 70,000 at a flawless field in the capital was no exemption.
Martial History Depiction
The firmly scripted occasion Friday evoked the scope of martial history, with garlanded camels cushioning data and swordsmen in tunics cutting the air.
It likewise showcased the technology and might of Pakistan’s cutting-edge arms stockpile — tanks, big guns, rambles, a Shaheen ballistic rocket on a monstrous truck and commando paratroops sailing soundlessly down from the sky.
Mentioning the Inauguration of the Ceremony
“No power on Earth can fix Pakistan!” cried the announcer, while a large number of necks stretched out to see the paratroops tenderly hovering down, discharging trails of red, green and white smoke.
As every weapon framework or walking unit passed the reviewing stand, it was depicted in detail, with moving zeal and grabs of energetic verse.
However the nationalistic subject blended to some degree jarringly with various inspirations of peace and international kinship, incorporating a buoy secured with winged creatures, blossoms, and youngsters. Dividers encompassing the parade ground were secured with the slogan “Pakistan Is the Land of Peace.“
“We are the country that has yielded the most in the war on fear,” a female announcer pronounced. There were no direct references made to current pressures with Washington, which as of late suspended military guide in the wake of saying Pakistan had neglected to deny safe asylum to Taliban agitators.
Invitation to Indian Diplomats
Out of the blue, Pakistan invited diplomats from India to the occasion, and a few sat in the reviewing stand, where they watched missiles worked with the possibility to destroy their cities and tuned in to Pakistani President Mamnoon Hussain deliver a discourse denouncing India for cross-border military assaults and misuse of Muslims in the challenged Himalayan border region of Kashmir.
Fighting Falcons of Pakistan
Washington Post portrayed the tale of the introduction of new F16’s in a very one of a kind way they stated,”The host declared Ladies and refined men, I display the brutal, the relentless — F-16!” the announcer boomed. From no place, the smooth, dull plane dashed by the parade ground with an earsplitting thunder. Minutes after the fact it returned. Malik flew it straight up into the sky, moved it over from the nose and plunged back toward Earth, releasing colorful flares. The crowd went wild.
This is not the first time our armed forces are praised. Our History is full of such events and these are the proud moments to cherish.
The way our army depicts their professional capabilities delivers a warning message to the enemies as well as showcase their abilities to the world.
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