The Pakistan Army has decided to “restrict” the Pakistan Day parade, which is held annually on March 23, due to the country’s economic problems.
Pakistan’s army displays its arsenal and military capabilities as part of the celebration of Pakistan Day, which honours the adoption of the 1940 Lahore Resolution.
Due to the economic situation, according to sources familiar with the happenings within the Pakistan Army, the march will take place at the Presidency rather than at Shakar Piryian Parade Field.
They went on to say that the choice was made in accordance with the Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s proclaimed austerity campaign. According to the sources, the Pakistan Army is strongly united with the people and will continue to work for the country’s advancement.