LAHORE - City District Government Lahore (CDGL) will arrange Azam-e-Pakistan Parade tomorrow to mark Pakistan Day. The aim of this parade is to convey the message that entire nation is united and committed to eradicate terrorism from the country.

Azam-e-Pakistan Parade will start from Liberty Roundabout and will end at the same place after passing through Main Market Gulberg.

As many as 25 marching bands, traffic police squad, Rescue 1122 squad, Lahore Flying Club, players of Pakistan hockey team, wrestlers, TV and film stars, scholars, old and antique vehicles, heavy motorbikes, dancing horses and animals from Lahore Zoo will be part of parade.