Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about 14 August. Pakistan celebrates Independence Day, which falls on August 14, as a national holiday. It honors the day when Pakistan gained independence and became an independent nation after the British Raj ended in 1947.
Pakistan was established as a consequence of the Pakistan Movement, which demanded the division of British India into autonomous Muslim states in its northern territories. Muhammad Ali Jinnah led the All-India Muslim League, which was in charge of the movement.
The national anthem and live broadcast statements by politicians are followed by the major Independence Day celebration, which is held in Islamabad. Flag-raising ceremonies, parades, cultural gatherings, and the singing of national anthems are examples of celebratory activities. There are several award ceremonies, and Pakistanis routinely display their flag on their houses or cars. Thank you.