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PAKISTAN COAS hoists highest flag of South Asia at Wagah Border

LAHORE: Chief of Army Staff Qamar Javed Bajwa  at the Wagah:

Chief of Army Staff Qamar Javed Bajwa on Monday initiated the national banner lifting function at the Wagah outskirt at the tick of midnight on the event of the 70th Independence Day of Pakistan.

The banner is the most astounding in South Asia and eighth most elevated on. The planet was lifted at Wagah Border on 70th Independence Day of Pakistan.

The 400 meter high banner can  seen from a long separation in India. This ought to  noticed that India likewise attempted to lift a banner high in the past yet it couldn’t bear weight of the breeze.Wagah

The armed force boss praised the country of the merry event of the seventh autonomy day of Pakistan.

He said a country,  which was made after colossal yields for the sake of Al-Mighty Allah and the Holy Propet (Peace be upon him) can never be surrendered.

COAS:Wagah

Bajwa said that Pakistan is on the correct way. Which is the way of the manage of law and the constitution.

He said that Pakistan Army won’t rest until the point. When they make Pakistan the nation imagined by establishing father Quaid-e-Azam, and Allama Iqbal.

“Every one of the establishments are working genuinely,” he said. “Today Pakistan is a significantling more grounded country which is thriving step by step.”

He additionally said that Pakistan made gigantic sacrfices in war on psychological warfare.  The Pakistan Army is much mindful of all inside and outside dangers.

The COAS cautioned that the adversaries of Pakistan from east. West will gotten, and the penances of the saints won’t  futile. He hailed the commitments of the Pakistan Army and security compels. They will never frustrate the general population of the country.

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