Pakistani Singer Ali Zafar has paid tribute to martyrs of 1965 war through releasing ‘Mein Ura’ on Defence day (today).
Taking it to Instagram, Ali Zafar shared a teaser of “Mein Ura” and it has been produced in collaboration with the Pakistan Air Force.
The full video has been uploaded to PAF’s YouTube channel. The PAF stated that Mein Ura is to commemorate the victory of the 1965 war.
“The song features impressive visuals of Pakistani pilots flying fighter jets across the skies based on the theme of paying homage to the incredibly brave services of the heroes of PAF, who fought for the safety of this motherland during the 1965 War”.
Mein Ura is written and composed by Ali Zafar himself and the music video is directed by Adnan Tariq.
The Pakistani nation is observing Defence Day with fervor and zeal, to pay homage to the martyrs and ghazis for defending the motherland against the aggression of the enemy.
The Defence Day is celebrated to remember the sacrifices rendered by the nation armed forces and pay tribute to all the martyrs of 1965 war.
On 6th September 1965, the Indian troops crossed the international border to launch an attack on Pakistani Punjab, in a riposte to Pakistan’s Operation Grand Slam targeting Jammu.
However, special prayers were offered after Fajr prayers in mosques today for the progress and prosperity of the nation.
Moreover, an investiture ceremony of change of guard in connection with Defence and Martyrs’ Day was held at Quaid-i-Azam mausoleum in Karachi on Monday morning.
Air Officer Commanding Asghar Khan Academy Air Marshal Qaisar Khan Janjua was chief guest on this occasion.
The cadets of Pakistan Air Force (Asghar Khan Academy) assumed the responsiblity of guard at the mausoleum. Four women and 40 men are included in the troops who assumed the responsibility of guard.
Air Marshal Qaisar Khan Janjua offered Fatiha and laid floral wreath at the graveyard of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan.