No Public Holiday on 6th September 2017 Defence Day of Pakistan

No Public Holiday on 6th September 2017 Defence Day of Pakistan. Government has not yet announced the public holiday on 6th September 2017 at Defence Day of Pakistan. It means there will no official public holiday on 6th September 2017 in the country. The people of Pakistan observe the Youm-e-Difah every year at 6th September to honor the sacrifices of the martyrs in Pak – India War II which was fought in 1965.

Non on the country occupied and they decided to stop war on September 6. The war between Pakistan and India in 1965 divested the economy of both countries and many people had lost their live to save Pakistan.

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Pakistani celebrate the Youm-e-Difah or Defence Day just to show that the people of Pakistan were too brave and courageous as the lost their life for the sake of the country and nation and spoiled the plans of their enemy on 6th September 1965.

The reason behind the 1965 war between Pakistan and India was Kashmir. A huge number of people lost their lives during the war but the Kashmir dispute remains unsolved till today. The 1965 war was ended by the support of United Nation UN.

The Defence Day (Youm-e-Difah) in Pakistan begins with special prayers for the peace and prosperity of the country. The Prime Minister and President of the country address to the nation on the occasion of 6th September.

There were used to be public holiday on 6th September in the country but the government has stopped the holiday on the occasion of Defence Day in Pakistan.

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No Public Holiday on 6th September 2017 Defence Day of Pakistan
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No Public Holiday on 6th September 2017 Defence Day of Pakistan. Government has not yet announced the public holiday on 6th September 2017 at Defence Day of Pakistan.
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