PM will debut a freshly recorded national anthem On 14 August

  • “National Anthem”, also known as “Pāk Sarzamīn”
  • pronounced [ˈpɑːk ˈsəɾzəmiːn] “Thy Sacred Land”)
  • the national anthem of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
  • It was written by Hafeez Jalandhari in 1952 

ISLAMABAD, Aug 12 (infosette News): Shehbaz Sharif will take over as Pakistan’s second prime minister following Liaquat Ali Khan, who would introduce the country’s freshly recorded national anthem on August 14, 2022.

On December 1, 1948, the first time after the creation of Pakistan, a government of Pakistan commission headed by Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar started composing the country’s first national song.

Before Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan and other committee members, the music that Ahmad Chagla wrote for the national anthem was performed.

On August 10, 1950, the national anthem’s steering committee adopted the composition. Hafeez Jalandhri’s hymn was publicly accepted in August 1954. The second national anthem recording process was initiated in August 2017 by the Pakistan Muslim League (N) administration. In this regard, advertising was published in all illustrious newspapers.

Work on this project was accelerated after Marriyum Aurangzeb was appointed Minister of Information and Broadcasting in April 2022.


A steering committee, led by Senator Javed Jabbar, established audio and visual subcommittees.

Along with other organizations, departments, and several artists, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting contributed to the success of the national effort. The bands of the armed forces and the armed forces, including ISPR, also worked together.

A total of 155 singers, 48 composers, and 6 band masters worked on the anthem’s creation.

An interesting aspect was that a brand-new orchestra and filming were used to record the national anthem.

A message of solidarity, brotherhood, and regional identity was conveyed in the new recording of the national anthem, which was a rainbow of cultural, civilizational, and regional colours.

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