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Pakistan Flag

The Pakistan Flag was designed by Ameer-ud-din Khidwai based on the flag of the All-India Muslim League in 1906. It was decided to be the flag of future Pakistan on August 11, 1947, three days before independence. The national flag of Pakistan is dark green in colour with a white bar, a white crescent in the centre and a five-pointed star. The Pakistani flag comprises a dark green field (representing Muslims) with a vertical white stripe in the hoist (left side) (representing non-Muslim minorities). In the centre, there is a white crescent (symbolising progress) and a white five-pointed star (symbolising light, knowledge, and wisdom). A common name for the Pakistan Flag is 'Sabz Hilali Parcham' which is an Urdu term means 'Green Flag with the Crescent'.

Size of Pakistan Flag

  • For ceremonial occasions. 21' x 14', 18' x 12', 10' x 6-2/3' or 9' x 6 1/4.
  • For use over buildings. 6' x 4' or 3' x 2'.
  • For cars 12" x 8".
  • For tables 6 1/4" x 4 1/4".

Use of Pakistan Flag

The Pakistani flag is flown on the offices and official residences of VIPs when they are home.

Occasions on which Pakistani flag is to be flown

  • Pakistan Day (23rd March)
  • Independence Day (14th August)
  • Quaid-e-Azim's Birthday (25th December)
  • Such other days as may be notified by the Government from time to time.

Days when Flag of Pakistan is at half-mast

  • Death anniversary of Allama Muhammad Iqbal (21st April)
  • Death anniversary of Quaid-e-Azam (11th September)
  • Death anniversary of Liaquat Ali Khan (16th October)
  • Any other day notified by the Government.

Pakistan Flag to be flown on residences

The Pakistan Flag shall be flown on the official residences of the following VIPs when they are home:
  • The President and Prime Minister of Pakistan
  • Chairman of the Senate and Speaker of the National Assembly of Pakistan.
  • Governors of the Provinces.
  • Federal Ministers and other dignitaries entitled to the privileges of the Ministers of the Government of Pakistan
  • Chief Ministers and Ministers of Provinces
  • The Chief Election Commissioner
  • Deputy Chairman of the Senate / Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly of Pakistan
  • Speakers of the Provincial Assemblies
  • Diplomatic Representatives of Pakistan in foreign countries
  • Commissioners of Divisions, Deputy Commissioners and Political Agents

Flag to be flown on motorcars

The following persons shall be entitled to fly the Pakistan Flag on their motor cars, vessels and aeroplanes, when the dignitaries themselves are seated:
  • The President of Pakistan
  • The Prime Minister of Pakistan.
  • The Chairman of the Senate of Pakistan
  • The Speaker of the National Assembly of Pakistan
  • Chief Justice of Pakistan
  • The Governors of the Provinces
  • The Chief Ministers of the Provinces
  • Chief Justices of the High Courts

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