China, Turkish troops to take part in Pakistan Day parade: ISPR

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Military’s media wing Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Monday announced the participation of Chinese and Turkish army troops in Pakistan Day military parade to be performed in Islamabad on March 23.

ISPR Director General Major General Asif Ghafoor stated in a tweet that Turkish military band and Chinese Army troop will arrive in Islamabad to participate in Pakistan Day celebrations.

DG ISPR’s tweet about Pakistan Day parade.

The parade will be jointly organised by the three armed forces of Pakistan – Pakistan Army, Navy and Air Force – overseen by joint staff headquarters in Rawalpindi and will be held at the Parade Ground.

The annual parade was last held in 2015 to press on the nation’s unity against terrorism after 2014 Peshawar school massacre. The parade was abandoned after 2008 over security issues as militants increased their attacks on military personnel.

Pakistan Day commemorated the passing of the 1940 Lahore Resolution wherein demand of a separate nation by Muslims was first formally drafted.

The parade will be jointly organised by the three armed forces of Pakistan – Pakistan Army, Navy and Air Force – overseen by joint staff headquarters in Rawalpindi and will be held at the Parade Ground.

The annual parade was last held in 2015 to press on the nation’s unity against terrorism after 2014 Peshawar school massacre. The parade was abandoned after 2008 over security issues as militants increased their attacks on military personnel.

Pakistan Day commemorated the passing of the 1940 Lahore Resolution wherein demand of a separate nation by Muslims was first formally drafted.

The parade will be jointly organised by the three armed forces of Pakistan – Pakistan Army, Navy and Air Force – overseen by joint staff headquarters in Rawalpindi and will be held at the Parade Ground.

The annual parade was last held in 2015 to press on the nation’s unity against terrorism after 2014 Peshawar school massacre. The parade was abandoned after 2008 over security issues as militants increased their attacks on military personnel.

Pakistan Day commemorated the passing of the 1940 Lahore Resolution wherein demand of a separate nation by Muslims was first formally drafted.

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