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ISPR’s ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ symbolic of recent airstrike victory against India


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The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) has released a new song to mark this year’s Pakistan Day, 23rd March. The national song titled ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ has been shared by Major General DG ISPR Asif Ghafoor on ISPR’s official Twitter account on Friday, 22nd March.

The national song has been sung by singer Sahir Ali Bagga and written by Imran Raza. The video is symbolic of the exclusive victory Pakistan Armed Forces clinched in the crisis following the Indian Balakot Airstrike. The situation unfolded into a retaliatory small-scale military confrontation with India last month along the Line of Control, Kashmir.

The preparations for Pakistan Day parade are in full swing in Islamabad in which troops from Pakistan Navy, Pakistan Army, and Pakistan Air Force will participate to demonstrate their capabilities.

Pakistan Armed forces tactically handled the intrusion of the Indian Air Force and resultantly downed two Indian fighter jets during the second attempt of intrusion. Indian Wing Commander, Abhinandan Varthaman who survived the crash was arrested by Pakistan Armed Forces but was released within two days captivity as a peace gesture by Prime Minister Imran Khan, fully supported by Pakistan’s civil and military leadership.

This ‘peace gesture’ was said to have defused the war-like conditions brewing between India and Pakistan.

The song released by ISPR this year is highly representative of the February incident. It has a clear message showing enemy the resolve and capability of Pak Armed Forces to defend the motherland and retaliate for its sovereignty.

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Pakistan Armed Forces garnered massive appreciation from the people of Pakistan for successfully defending the nation yet standing up for peace at the same time.

Following the moral and military success, Pakistan Armed Forces have decided to extravagantly celebrate this year’s Pakistan Day. The preparations for Pakistan Day parade are in full swing in Islamabad in which troops from Pakistan Navy, Pakistan Army, and Pakistan Air Force will participate to demonstrate their capabilities.

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Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohammad will the chief guest of Pakistan Day parade who reached Islamabad last night on Thursday, 21st March. Also, contingents from friendly countries including Turkey and China will also take part in the Pakistan Day parade.

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