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The beautiful lyrics of the national anthem of Pakistan, played on this occasion, made the gathering more jubilant to celebrate the day of exceptional significance with great enthusiasm and devotion, the message said. Refreshments including sweet meats were served besides exchange of Jashsn e Azadi greetings amidst chanting of Zindabad slogans for Pakistan to express deep-rooted love and affection with the motherland.
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In this participants reiterated , to lend all of the individual and collective role for the image-building of the country by the Pakistani and Kashmiri Diaspora community the world over being the unofficial ambassador of the country besides praying for the unity, integrity, progress and prosperity of the country.
The identical Pakistan National flag hosting ceremonies were also hosted to celebrate Pakistan Independence day in most of other major cities & towns by the Pakistani and Kashmiri expatriates community leaders and representative organizations of the various Pakistani / Kashmiri Diaspora community, the message concluded.