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23rd March, Pakistan Day and Corona Virus

Corona force us not to celebrate "Pakistan Day" in our own manners

Today is the 23rd of March (Pakistan Day). Every year we celebrate this day with great enthusiasm. Every Pakistani has an emotional attachment to this day. Let’s know why this day is so important to us.

History of Pakistan Day

It was the second day of the seventh and annual session of the All India Muslim League at Iqbal Park in the magnificent historical city of Lahore, Pakistan. There were more than one million Muslims in all provinces. The meeting was by Quid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, great personalities like Begum Muhammad Ali Johar, Maulana Zafar Ali Khan, Chaudhary Khaliq al-zaman, Qazi Muhammad Issa, maulana Abdul Hamid Hidayuni were also present at the meeting.

Muslims of the subcontinent were thinking about their future. In the session, Sherbangal Maulvi Fazal Haq presented the resolution. The resolution showed that the Pindal echoed with the slogans of Takbir. The decision was unanimously adopted. The Muslims of the subcontinent were asking for reservations for themselves. Sometimes they asked for separate seats and sometimes they used to make separate elation. No step could satisfy Muslims politically.

Pakistan Resolution

Finally, on 23 March 1940, the Lahore resolution identified the destination and purpose. The independent state became the faith of the Muslims.

And with seven years of continuous struggle and hard work, they achieved their goal, the kingdom of Allah, Pakistan, come into existence. The resolution called for two nations, a new consideration in 1946, and a decision in the Delhi convention presented by another Bengali leader, Husain shaheed Suhrawardi, who showed only one kingship’s demand, will consist of Bengal, Osam, Punjab, NWFP (Khayber Pakhton Khuwa), Sindh, Baluchistan, and Kashmir.

The Muslim league named the resolution Lahore, but Hindi newspapers used the term Pakistan resolution for it. The Muslims liked this term more, and they started calling this resolution as Pakistan resolution.

To keep on top of this memorial moment always fresh, the Minto Park built in front of the kingdom mosque (Badshahi masjid).  The name of this park was changed to Iqbal Park from Minto Park.

Every year on 23rd March (Pakistan Day), we celebrate the same memorial to refresh and remember the sacrifice of great people.

So that our new generation will be aware of these sacrifices and know the value of this country.

Pakistan Day and Corona Virus

Every year on 23rd March we celebrate Pakistan Day, but we are not celebrating this day today because our country is fighting with coronavirus.

COVID-19 has been detected in people from all over the world and measured as a pandemic. The increase in this new coronavirus monitored by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and Health Organizations similar to Johns Hopkins across the globe.

It’s critical to apply good hygiene, respiratory etiquette, and social isolation. In Pakistan, as of 23 March 2021, the statistics for Corona cases in the country are 637K, with 586K recoveries and 13,965 deaths.

We have to stand by our countryside by side with this war and fight this epidemic. Whenever the Muslims have got together, it is not impossible for the enemy to stay in front of them. We will also succeed in this war In Sha Allah.

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Nizam UD Deen

Nizam Ud Deen has started his professional carrier in 2014. He is now a CEO and Founder of an IT Firm "ORM Group of Services". He is working as a Digital Marketer in IT Field.

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