December 16 – The Darkest Day in the History of Pakistan

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December 16, is one of the darkest days of Pakistan. She lost her wing, East Pakistan, and lost 142 precious innocent live in APS attack.

God made all of the days equally important; except the only event makes distinguish among them. Pakistan is one of the countries which emerged on the basis of ideology. She has two wings East Pakistan and West Pakistan. However, Pakistan lost her East wing on an unfortunate event.

December 16, is the darkest day in the history of Pakistan. She lost her East Wing on the same day 1971, and, on the same day, 2014 Pakistan lost 140 precious innocent lives. It is an unforgettable day in the history of Pakistan.

There are many factors behind this tragic day. Pakistan lost its wing because of a lack of political harmony, enemy between the wings of the country, and hundreds of the miles between the wings. Furthermore, the lack of population support to the Pak Army. As a wise many said, “none of the war can be won without the support of the local population.”

December 16, 2014, the Army Public School Peshawar Attacked by the Taliban in which 142 lives were affected. It occurred exactly six months and a day after, Pakistan launched Operation Zarb-e-Azb. The Operation was launched against the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan on June 15, 2014.

Pakistan is not safe for children. The little soules are being assassinated on different names. Either it is child abuse, marriages on the name of Islam, child pornography, or terrorist attack. Therefore, the government should make some policies to save the future of the nation.

To sum up, all of the days of a year are equal and neutral, but December 16 is worst among all. No one can compensate for the losses of Pakistan except God. However, everything won’t be compensated during this life. Some things will be promised for the afterlife. It is hoped these losses are meant that.