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Pakistan celebrates Independence Day

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Citizens have already begun celebrating the occasion, which is marked by the day the country achieved sovereignty from British rule on August 14, 1947.

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repu crying batch motham antha veelle untaaaru kingcasanova

lathkors in India too veella independence ni celebrate chesukoni untaaaru, bayata unna enemies kanaa veelle ekkuva dangerous manaki

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ladakh daggara kelakadam modhalettaaru gaa

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But how did Pakistan get independence on August 14?

Actually, it didn’t. The Indian Independence Bill gave August 15 as the date of independence for both the countries. The first stamp issued by Pakistan mentioned August 15 as its independence day. In his first address to Pakistan, Jinnah actually said, “August 15 is the birthday of the independent and sovereign state of Pakistan. It marks the fulfilment of the destiny of the Muslim nation which made great sacrifices in the past few years to have its homeland.”

In 1948, Pakistan started marking August 14 as its independence day, either because the ceremony for the transfer of power in Karachi was held on August 14, 1947, or because August 14, 1947, was the 27th of Ramadan, a very sacred date to the Muslims.

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 masha allah kya khubsurat hai

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