Armed forces salute Hafeez Jalandhari
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The Armed forces Sunday paid tribute to Hafeez Jalandhari, the creator of Pakistan’s national anthem, on the occasion of Independence Day, reported 24 News HD TV Channel.
On the occasion of Pakistan's Diamond Jubilee of Independence, the Pakistan Army's armed forces saluted Hafeez Jalandhari at his mausoleum in Lahore. The salute comes on a day when Pakistan's national anthem has been harmonized under new innovations. The new version of the national anthem is inclusive of the cultures, languages and traditions of South Asian nations. It has been re-recorded after 68 years, with the participation of at least 155 singers, 48 musicians and 6 bandmasters.
National Anthem is a symbol of recognition of the history, present, and future of a country. As a result of the joint effort of ISPR and the Ministry of Information, the National Anthem was filmed in the most beautiful places in Pakistan. In which the best musicians of the Tri-Services Brass Band participated. As a result of the joint effort, the National Anthem was mirrored in the most beautiful places of Pakistan.
Reporter: Saud Butt