ISPR narrates ‘Story of Pakistan’ in multi-episode series on YouTube

The documentary features the events leading up to the creation of Pakistan. Pakistan Army has taken on board the finest historians and cerebral commentators who effortlessly recounted the events and tales that led to the inception of Pakistan in 1947.

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Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) a media wing of Pakistan armed force has released an instructive documentary titled Story of Pakistan for the 73rd Independence Day on 14th August 2020.

ISPR has released the first trailer of the documentary on its YouTube channel. The documentary features the events leading up to the creation of Pakistan. Pakistan Army has taken on board the finest historians and cerebral commentators who effortlessly recounted the events and tales that led to the inception of Pakistan in 1947.

ISPR-The Story of Pakistan

Pakistani actor and nationalist, Shaan Shahid is also part of the documentary. The exhaustive documentary on the struggle and creation of Pakistan is released in episodes on the YouTube channel. Each series of the documentary explains the events in chronological order to the audience.

ISPR released the first episode of the documentary Story of Pakistan series on Saturday 8th August- titled The Beginning. The approximately 10-minute video narrated the untold short stories of the Pakistan Movement from 1857 to 1905.

 

“Shaan Shahid takes us back to the very beginning of the story of Pakistan. The events that unfolded in the aftermath of the War of Independence 1857 laid the foundation for the Pakistan Movement. The narrated stories include the Tragic end of the Mughal Empire. Imprisonment of Bahadur Shah Zafar. Brutalities of the British Raj. The critical role played by Sir Sayed Ahmed Khan to save the Muslims from becoming pawns in a bigger political game. Expert Opinions of following Pakistani Historians have also been included in this episode,#DrRasoolBakhsh #DrNoorFatima #DrKishwarSultana #PrepartitionStruggle #SirSyedAhmedKhan #YounPakistanBanaTha #StoryofPakistan #IndependenceDay2020 #PakistanHeroes,” reads the description of the first episode of Story of Pakistan by ISPR.

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The second episode released on August 9th Sunday. This episode narrated the events from 1906-1919. “The events that unfolded include, WW-I, Khilafat Movement, and Establishment of All India Muslim League. The narrated stories include the Establishment of the Muslim League. The Story of Partition / Re-Union of Bengal. Jinnah joins Muslim League (1913). Khilafat Movement. Expert Opinions of following Pakistani Historians have also been included in this episode,” read the description of the second episode.

It is a seven-episode series. Each episode will be released run-up to the 14th of August. “ISPR released a multi-episode documentary series (7 episodes) based on the Book: Struggle & Creation of Pakistan, by Dr. Riaz Ahmed. Each episode encompasses a crisp and authentic narration of the Pakistan Movement (1857 – 1947) to create awareness among our Youth about the History of Pakistan. Narrated by: Shaan Shahid Expert Opinions of following Pakistani Historians has also been included in the documentary. #JusticeNasiraIqbal #BarristerMuneebIqbal #DrRasoolBakhsh #DrRiazAhmed #DrKishwarSultana,” wrote ISPR in the description of Story of Pakistan on YouTube.

Kashmir Song

ISPR has released a new song Leave My Valley to express solidarity with the oppressed people of Indian Occupied Kashmir. The song titled, ‘Leave My Valley’ is released on the occasion of Youm-e-Istehsal on August 5- as Pakistan is bracing up to commemorate a year of forced annexation of Jammu and Kashmir by India.

India had forcefully annexed Jammu and Kashmir on August 5th, 2019 following the revocation of Article 370 and 35-A-that dissolved the semi-autonomous status of the valley Jammu Kashmir.

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The annulment of the articles turned Jammu Kashmir into Indian territory. Several parts of the valley are under siege after the Indian government imposed a curfew, lockdown, and clamp down communication to restrict free movement and anticipated protests and uprising from people of Jammu Kashmir. Pakistan’s ace singer Shafqat Amanat Ali has sung the song Leave My Valley by ISPR. Sahir Ali Bagga has composed the song.

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