On 23 March 1940 which day never forget by Pakistani’s that remember us 23 March Resolution Day. Why this day is most important because on that day 23rd March 1940 a resolution (Qarardad) was passed in Minto Park Lahore (Now Minar E Pakistan). Leader of Muslims were called a meeting at Minto Park Lahore on 23 March 1940. Resolution was passed for a separate country where Muslims can live and say their prayers without any hesitations.
Therefore leading person who named Quaid E Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah took initiative step for separate country called Pakistan. most famous persons of the world struggled for Pakistan. Keeping in view pakword.com team is sharing as per each year 23 March Wallpapers. Pakistani’s like and share on Youm e Pakistan HD Wallpapers. This year also 23 March Resolution Day wallpapers.
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The day is celebrated in the memory to commemorate the event when the Muslim League drafted the political resolution at the Minar-e-Pakistan (lit. Pakistan Tower) that called for establishing an independent federation comprising provinces with Muslim majority located in north-western and north-eastern region of British controlled territories in India (excluding autonomous princely States) on 23 March 1940. Since then, the day is celebrated annually at the national level as a public holiday and the joint inter-services commonly holds a military parade for the celebration of the event.
23 March that is also said as Pakistan Day has great importance in the history of Pakistan. Every year it is being celebrated to mark the Lahore Resolution for Pakistan that was held on March 23, 1940. Lahore Resolution that was later on called as Pakistan Day Resolution is said to be the major milestone in the struggle of Muslims in present Pakistan and Bangladesh for an independent state in the undivided Hindustan.