Happy Independence Day, Pakistan

Today marks the Pakistan’s 71 Independence Day

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As the title says, today’s is the 71st Independence Day of my country Pakistan 🇵🇰. As any citizen, I love my country and celebrate this day with happiness and pride.

As August starts every year, Pakistan and its people starts preparation. Everywhere you will see the Pakistan flags, badges, shoes, shirts, and what nots in green and white colors with flags and designs.

And this year, people have started planting trees to make our country literally green.

Because Green is the color of Pakistan.

Green is the color of Muslims.

Green is the color of beauty.

Green is the color of nature.

Green is the color of piece.

Green is the color of harmony.

Green is the color of growth.

Green is the color of freshness.

Our country, Pakistan, may not be as much green as its flag is. But we people have hope. And green is the color of hope.

Pakistan Flag > I wish my country a very Happy Independence Day and pray that may our country grow and become a great country.

Long Live Pakistan

Wajahat Karim is Pakistan’s first Google Developer Expert in Android. As an experience Android developer, he deeply cares about it and keeps writing and speaking about it. He has written two worldwide 300+ pages books on Android development with more than 100 articles around the internet either on his website or his Medium publications. He is also a passionate contributor in open source and has created many Android libraries used by thousands of developers in their apps worldwide. As active public speaker, he spends lots of time giving talks in conferences and motivating people on Android development. You can find Wajahat most active on Twitter @WajahatKarim where he regularly shares all the good stuff about Android and community building.

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Wajahat Karim

🔥 Google Dev Expert (GDE) in Android .
📱 Android Dev. 💻 Open Source Contributor . 📝 Technical Writer . 🎤 Public Speaker

Senior Android Developer

Karachi, Pakistan