The country is commemorating Youm-e-Takreem Shuhada-e-Pakistan, also known as Martyrs Reverence Day, today to remember and honor the valiant martyrs who gave their lives in defense of the nation and its citizens.
Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Asim Munir attended the main event, which was held at the General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi. Rich tributes to the martyrs were paid during the ceremony, and prominent figures visited the martyrs’ monuments to lay flowers.
The ceremony was attended by a number of notable individuals, including Mufti Muneeb ur Rehman, former joint chiefs of staff chairman Gen. Nadeem Raza, former army chief Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa, and captain of the Pakistan cricket team Babar Azam.
To mark the occasion, numerous gatherings featuring prayers and the recitation of the Quran have been planned across the nation. Numerous ceremonies will also be held at martyrs’ graves to commemorate their sacrifices.
The declaration of May 25 as “Pakistan Martyrs’ Day” was previously made by COAS Asim Munir, who also strongly condemned the attacks on army installations, monuments, and martyrs’ memorials on May 9 as being unacceptable.
He made a point to emphasize that each soldier and officer in the armed forces put their duty and responsibilities ahead of local, linguistic, and political differences during an award ceremony at GHQ Rawalpindi.
He went on to emphasize the importance of the armed forces in protecting the country by saying that a strong army is essential for its security and unity.
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