BY ABBAS KASSAR
Hyderabad: Cadet College Sanghar celebrated 75th Independence Day of Pakistan with patriotic zeal and fervor.
The College was decorated with illuminations, national flags, and balloons. Independence Day activities began with Quran Khuwani after the Fajr prayer. A flag hoisting ceremony was held along with the singing of the national anthem together by all the faculty, staff, cadets, teachers, and students of Fatima Jinnah School.
Commandant CCS said that our ancestors gave great sacrifices to achieve this freedom. He urged cadets to run Pakistan according to the vision of Quaid-e-Azam. He emphasized doing small acts of kindness and play role in the prosperity of our beloved homeland.
Also, speech competitions, quiz competitions, and singing of national songs were held at Iqbal Auditorium. All the faculty, staff & cadets actively participated in the event and expressed their Jubilation.
The talented students of Fatima Jinnah School at CCS also performed a series of tableaus for the event.
The Chief Guest of the program was Khair Muhammad Junejo, former federal minister for agriculture and livestock, Govt of Pakistan, and senior member of the Board of Governors Cadet College Sanghar.
In his speech, the chief guest highlighted the difficulties and hardships of those who were born before 1947.
He added, “Our ancestor sacrificed a great deal to achieve this separate piece of land, but with great success comes great responsibility”. He gave an honorarium to Ministerial Staff and distributed prizes among the outstanding performers.
In the evening, friendly matches of volleyball, swimming, and basketball were played among the cadets.
In addition, a clean green Pakistan walk was also held to mark this historic occasion.
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