14 August Inspirational Pakistan Day Quotes

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14 August Inspirational Pakistan Day Quotes

1. On this INDEPENDENCE DAY, May ALLAH Bless Us All With Integrity To Be Proud Of Our Country, May We All Understand The Sacrifices and Honor of this day.

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3. This wish is to convey power to all Pakistanis to cheer up and celebrate the Independence Day.

4. Happy Independence Day to all the Pakistani brothers and sisters.

5. I am sending oceans of love to all the Pakistani on the day of independence.

6. This is our Independence Day, so let us laugh, cheer and explode with joy.

7. This wish is to greet respectful salute to all the great men who made out Pakistan independent.

8. The celebration is a grand affair and all over the country people are seen to be in their jovial moods.

9. All the major cities of Pakistan witness a grand celebration. The government offices and many other official buildings are decorated.

10. Flags are hoisted in every nook and corner to bring in the very essence of the festival.

11. Along with the flag raising ceremony, giant parades and cultural programs are also held in all the major cities.

12. Along with the flag raising ceremony, giant parades and cultural programs are also held in all the major cities.

13. Family and friends get together and enjoy the day over lunch, dinner or even go out for a picnic.

14. Various entertainment programs are also held in different cultural centers all over the country.

15. Let us celebrate this Independence Day to all the Pakistani leaders to gave their lives to make our country independent.

16. Sending oceans of good wishes to all my Pakistani friends on the Happy Independence Day.

17. Let all of us be united and raise the flag of Pakistan high to celebrate our Independence Day.

18. Let all of us Pakistanis take an oath on this Independence Day to make our country the best one in the future world.

19. There are also public displays of fireworks.

20. The colors used in the flag have a significance of its own.

21.You are free to go to your mosques or to any other place of worship in this State of Pakistan.

22. Pakistan not only means freedom and independence but the Muslim Ideology which has to be preserved, which has come to us as a precious gift and treasure and which, we hope other will share with us.

23. In many parts of the world, especially Pakistan and Afghanistan, terrorism, war and conflict stop children to go to their schools. We are really tired of these wars. Women and children are suffering.

24. Pakistan needs to have decentralisation and a good local government system.

25. The British Empire passed quickly and with less humiliation than its French and Dutch counterparts, but decades later, the vicious politics of partition still seems to define India and Pakistan.

26. People of Pakistan want only development, prosperity, and peace.

27. You hire a chief executive, pay him, and hold him accountable after a year or two. The time for socalled honorary jobs is over. What Pakistan squash needs is results, and that can only be achieved by professionals.

28. When the Bangladesh war happened, people in Pakistan who did not support it were called unpatriotic. My father was in the jail at that time, and a lot of those who knew my family used to call us children of a traitor.

29. Who has suffered? The families of the dead, no doubt. But a greater loss was inflicted on Pakistan because, as I said, we lost the pillars of our society.

30. A war with Pakistan would be an utter disaster.

31. Pakistan is not a unified country.

32. The future of Pakistan is connected to IT, and we can move forward by utilising modern knowledge.

33. Why dictator Musharraf, raising the slogan of Pakistan first, did not think about construction of Dasu and Basha dams?

34. The next few months are critical to Pakistan’s future direction as a democratic state committed to promoting peace, fighting terrorism and working for social justice.

35. Nation should be rest assured Pakistan is a safe atomic power. No one can cast an evil eye on it.

36. Pakistan is a peace loving, democratic country.

37. Pakistan has made no mention of ending our tests. We have a missile program, and it is in the national interest whatever we want to do.

38. I want poverty to end in tomorrow’s Pakistan. I want every girl in Pakistan to go to school.

39. These so called extremists in Pakistan should be brought into the mainstream, if you marginalize them, you radicalize them.

40. I am called an Islamic fundamentalist by Rushdie. My critics in Pakistan say I am a Zionist agent. I must be doing something right.

41. Citizens of India, Pakistan, and Kashmir need to come together and make music.

42. Any talk of me engaging in a conspiracy against Pakistan is completely baseless.

43. Pakistan’s being an ally and helping the United States, we ought to show Pakistan that we are appreciative for the help that’s been extended.

44. Pakistan doesn’t value its artistes. I will get trolled for what I have said, but that is the reality. It is unfortunate.

45. Many ethnic minorities chafed at the postcolonial nationalism of India and Pakistan, and some rebelled.

46. The holy book calls upon Muslims to resist tyranny. Dictatorships in Pakistan, however long, have, therefore, always collapsed in the face of this spirit.

47. Nobody will be allowed to use Pakistan soil for any form of aggression toward any friend or foe.

48. I am so proud of Pakistanis and specifically of our lawyers for speaking out and getting their heads bashed in for a better Pakistan.

49. I hope I can make Pakistan proud by bringing home an Oscar.

50. Pakistan will never be able to match the Indian militarily, and the effort to do so is taking an immense toll on the society.

51. I was born a proud daughter of Pakistan, though like all Swatis I thought of myself first as a Swati and Pashtun, before Pakistani.

52. I know now that what countries do at summits has the power to help girls in Pakistan, Nigeria or Afghanistan.

53. My aim is to change the social norms of Pakistan, women here look up to me. I started very early, worked on myself, and the effect is for all to see.

54. Pakistan has to export a lot of uneducated people, many of whom have become infected with the most barbaric reactionary ideas.

55. The nuclear arsenal that Pakistan has, I believe is secure. I think the government and the military have taken adequate steps to protect that.

56. The safe haven that al qaida has found in Pakistan is very troubling.

57. Beating Pakistan is always special because they are a tough team and we have a bit of a history regarding Pakistan.

58. The most important film I made, in terms of its subject and the great responsibility I had as an actor, was a film I did about the founder of Pakistan called Jinnah.

59. I don’t want to be a propagandist or say that Pakistan is just great. There are problems, but it is a much more complex place than we are given to believe.

60. We were impressed with the size and scope of the persian gulf as we travelled to Islamabad, Pakistan.

61. Terrorism is a big danger to Pakistan’s independence. We will fight this danger for the sake of independence of Pakistan and will defeat it at all levels.

62. I hope that one day when I’ll go back to Pakistan, I will build a university like Harvard.

63. I want people to remember that Pakistan is my country. It is like my mother, and I love it dearly. Even if its people hate me, I will still love it.

64. Pakistan is a free country, so according to me, in a free country, it’s every right of the citizen to live the way they wish.

65. The overwhelming public sentiment in India was that no meaningful dialogue can be held with Pakistan until it abandons the use of terrorism as an instrument of its foreign policy.

66. Our frequent initiatives to normalise relations with Pakistan are not a sign of our weakness, rather, they are an indication of our commitment to peace.

67. We used to fight with Pakistan with bombs. Now we are fighting with them on the playing ground.

68. There’s a lot of information on Iran in the files and computer discs captured at the Pakistan hideout of Osama bin Laden.

69. The growing collaboration between Punjab and Chinese companies is a source of extension in economic cooperation between Pakistan and China.

70. Punjab believes that every province has equal rights, and when all provinces will make progress, Pakistan will make progress.

71. This issue of terrorism is as much an issue for Pakistan as it is a western issue.

72. Pakistan is also a victim of terrorism. We obviously condemn all forms of terrorism, we should cooperate in facing the menace and stem it.

73. The sacrifices in the war against terrorism reflect complete and strong determination of Pakistan against terrorism.

74. We woke up one day, and Pakistan had nuclear weapons.

75. Before coming here I had a minor back problem and I thought whenever I play Pakistan I get a back problem.

76. In the real world, immeasurable hurt is caused by terrorists based in Pakistan who attack countries like India.

77. If it is written in my destiny that I will go back to Pakistan, then I will. I won’t be scared of going back.

78. Pakistan is not the torch bearer of Islam, and if I change my country, it doesn’t mean that I have to change my religion.

79. Do you think that the people of South Africa, or anywhere on the continent of Africa, or India, or Pakistan are longing to be kicked around all over again?

80. I proudly represent Pakistan in India, and I hope that many more actors from there come and work here.

81. My father is pretty much a self made man, and I am proud of that. He was born in Patiala and crossed the border from India to Pakistan when he was four.

82. Pakistan has done some really terrible things, and yet they also have facilitated our military capabilities in ways that are critical to our country.

83. I seek to lead a democratic Pakistan which is free from the yoke of military dictatorship and that will cease to be a haven, the very petri dish of international terrorism.

84. I am planning to return and contest the October elections in Pakistan.

85. The Pakistan cricket board is a long standing joke, its chairmen replaced with every change of government.

86. Without my services, Pakistan would never have been the first Muslim nuclear nation. We were able to achieve the capability under very tough circumstances, but we did it.

87. We have a safe and good command and control system. Nobody can take away any nuclear weapon from Pakistan.

88. I am talking as an Indian and not as a cricketer. I believe we should not have any ties or relationship with Pakistan. For me, it is very important to protect our people.

89. There should be no cricket and bollywood ties with Pakistan till Pakistan stops cross border terrorism.

90. So Pakistan is a country that I’m very fond of and have spent a lot of time, but it is a country where conspiracy theories have a life of their own.

91. I feel like the history between Israel and Palestine has a lot in common with the history between India and Pakistan.

92. There is a ban on Indian films in Pakistan, so that’s half of our market gone.

93. With Pakistan being in my blood, I would certainly look at opportunities to travel there.

94. I have founded Khudi, in Pakistan, a youth movement which tries to counter extremist ideology through healthy discussion and debate.

95. I am looking forward and I am hoping that I will be the catalyst that makes India and Pakistan live for peace forever.

96. One is actually the democracy here, you know, people are, people assume that this election means that there is democracy in Pakistan. There is no democracy.

97. We as the Afghan people and government are willing to help Pakistan work for peace in Afghanistan and work for peace in Pakistan, together.

98. No one wants to friend or follow covert info about Pakistan’s nuclear policy.

99. It takes a strong stomach and a thick skin to be a female activist fighting online censorship in Pakistan.

100. Pakistan is the first South Asian country to sign a free trade agreement and currency swap agreement with China.