14th August 2018 – Events, Celebrations in Pakistan on Independence Day

Preparations have begun for the 71st Pakistan’s Independence Day as we have entered in the month of August.

Capital buildings have been illuminated and events are planned to celebrate 14th August 2018 with full zeal and fervor.

Special functions, seminars, exhibitions, debate, poetry competitions will be held all over Pakistan.

Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) and Lok Virsa will organize exhibitions. Folk dance performances and different activities will be held to attract the people.

To attract the youth stalls will be set up selling Pakistan’s flags, badges, Azadi dresses, accessories and much more.

Pakistan Super League franchise Peshawar Zalmi announced ‘Azadi Cup’ tournament to celebrate Independence day. Peshawar Zalmi chairman Javed Afridi said, “The prime objective of holding the event is to mark the Independence Day celebrations and provide a platform to the youth to showcase their talent yet again.” The tournament will start from 7th August and the final will be held on 14th August.

In Lahore the Lahore Division Arm wrestling Association is organizing the 9TH All Pakistan Independence Day Celebration Armwrestling Championship 2018 at BK Hall, Near PSO Petrol Pump Main Sanda Road Lahore. It will be held on 19th August under Pakistan Armwrestling Federation supervision.

An amazing campaign has been started by renowned journalist and social worker Iqrar ul Hassan to plant 1.4 million trees in Pakistan for 14th August.

In Islamabad, stalls have been set up on roadsides. As a local said,  “The stalls set up on the roadside area in the G-7 Markaz have become center of attraction for most of the people.”

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Adding,  “I see the huge rush of children and youngsters at these stalls while going back home in the evening every day since the start of August which reflects their patriotic spirit and enthusiasm.

To all those cheering for a Naya Pakistan, your leader Imran Khan will take oath as Prime Minister of Pakistan just before 14th August.

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