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Google Celebrates Pakistan Independence Day

Google celebrates Pakistani Independence Day by displaying Google Doodle. The doodle displays Pakistani flag; in the backdrop we can see bluish sky, having clouds. Google is written on the bottom side of the doodle in white with green background color. This is not the first time that Google is celebrating Independence Day, but the doodle every passing year is becoming more attractive.

Pakistan is celebrating its 71st Independence year. It was back in August 14, 1947 when Pakistan came into being. It was late midnight when announcer announced that the Muslims of Indian subcontinent had achieved their destiny ‘Pakistan’. This was the 27th of holy month of Ramadan. Pakistan is considered to be the gift of Allah for the Muslims of subcontinent.

Today in Pakistan, the main event of independence was celebrated in Jinnah convention center in Islamabad, capital of Pakistan. Chief guests included President of Pakistan Mamnoon Hussain, Care-taker Prime Minister Nasir ul Mulk. Chief of Army General Qamar Javed Bajwa and other distinguished guests also celebrated the event on the same venue. President and Care-taker prime minister raised the flag of Pakistan. Standing ovation was observed while singing national anthem of Pakistan. The event was also celebrated in all of four provincial headquarters.

The people of Pakistan have always celebrated this event very enthusiastically. Pakistani flag is mounted on the roofs. Nearly every house of Pakistan is the flag bearer. This event is celebrated more enthusiastically by minors than elders.

We, on behalf of iTechHut, pray that Pakistan may succeed in every field of life. It came into existence and will stay free. We are proud Pakistanis. We pledge on this event that we would do every endeavor that would benefit Pakistan.

Happy Independence Day Pakistan!

Syed Tanzeel Ashfaq

Syed Tanzeel Ashfaq is Software Engineer by profession and has over ten years of experience. He loves to express himself through blogging about Information Technology, Software development, Urdu literature, Islamic history and several other topics.