Pakistan has reached at the age of seventy-one years with this year’s 14th August. It is the most prestigious day for Pakistani nation as it attained its freedom from the British rule and hatred of Hindu majority. The entire nation celebrates this day showing utmost respect and zeal with numerous different ways: decorating their houses and streets with colourful dazzling lights, singing pulsating patriotic songs and dancing on Mili Naghmas.
With this fervour, carrying the message of immense love and everlasting peace, many universities and other governmental and non-governmental organisations are celebrating this day by organizing tree-plantation campaigns. Also, many people – cricketers, actors, singers and the youngsters – seem energetic and enthusiastic to participate in such healthy activities. Certainly, such a remarkable push must be symbolized and truly objected to commemorate the love for the friendly environment and goodwill of the country.

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