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Islamic Republic of Bakistan
اِسلامی جمہوریہ پاكِستان (Af-Urduu)
Islāmī Jumhūriyah Pākistān[1]
Hal ku dheg: Īmān, Ittihād, Nazam
ایمان، اتحاد، نظم (Urduu)
"Faith, Unity, Discipline" [2]
Heesta qaranka: Qaumī Tarānah
قَومی ترانہ
"The National Anthem"[3]
Area controlled by Pakistan shown in dark green; claimed but uncontrolled region shown in light green
Area controlled by Pakistan shown in dark green; claimed but uncontrolled region shown in light green
Magaalo madaxIslamabad
Magaalada uguwayn Karachi
24°51′36″N 67°00′36″E / 24.86000°N 67.01000°E / 24.86000; 67.01000
Luqadaha rasmiga ah
Luqadaha laga aqoonsanyahay aduunka
National language Urdu[11][12]
Qaybaha qoomiyedaha
Dadka Pakistani
Xukunka Federal parliamentary constitutional republic
 -  President Mamnoon Hussain
 -  Prime Minister Nasirul Mulk
 -  Chairman of the Senate Sadiq Sanjrani
 -  Speaker of the Assembly
 -  Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar
Sharci dejinta Majlis-e-Shoora Pakistan
 -  Aqalka sare Aiwan-e-Bala
 -  Aqalka hoose Qaumi Assembly
Independence from the British India [14]
 -  Dominion 14 August 1947 
 -  Islamic Republic 23 March 1956 
 -  Current constitution 14 August 1973 
Baaxad
 -  Guud ahaan 881,913 km2 [lower-alpha 1][16](33rd)
307,374 sq mi 
 -  Biyo (%) 2.86
Tirada dadka
 -  2017 Tirakoob 212,742,631 [17] (5th)
 -  Mugga Dadka 244.4/km2 (56th)
633/sq mi
Wax soo saar (PPP) 2017 qiyaastii
 -  Guud ahaan $1.060 trillion[18] (25th)
 -  Qof qof $5,374[18] (137th)
Wax soo saar (Iskaga magacaaban) 2017 estimate
 -  Guud ahaan $304.4 billion[19] (42nd)
 -  Calaa qof $1,629[20] (145th)
Qaybsiga (2013)30.7[21] (medium)
Kobaca (2015)Steady 0.550[22] (medium / 147th)
Lacagta Pakistani rupee (₨) (PKR)
Waqtiga PST (UTC+5b)
Wadista Baabuurta left[23]
Furaha telka +92
Furaha Internetka .pk
Website
www.pakistan.gov.pk
a. See also Pakistani English.:



Partiment de la peninsula indiana en 1947.
Fotografia dau generau Zia (au centre) ambé lo president estatsunidenc Ronald Reagan en 1982.
Bakistaan
Bakistaan


Bakistaan ( Af-Urdu پاکِستان ama Jamhuuriyadda Islaamiga Bakistaan Af-Urdu اسلامی جمہوریہ پاکِستان waa wadan ku yaalo koonfurAasiya. Dadka wadankaan waxeey gaarayan in ka badan 180 Milyan. o Wadankaan waxoo xuduud la leeyahay wadamada Iiraan, Afqaanistan, Shiinaha iyo Hindiya, Koonfurta wadanka waxaa ka xigto Bada Carbeed. Wadanka Bakistaan waxaa la abaabulay 1947kii, markii hore Bakistaan iyo Bangaladesh waxee ka tirsanaan jireen Ingriiska Hindiya. magaca Bakistaan micnahiisa waxaa waaye wadanka runta ah, waxaana loola jeeday in oo yahay wadanka runta ee islaamka. Caasimadda Bakistan


Partiment de la peninsula indiana en 1947.
Fotografia dau generau Zia (au centre) ambé lo president estatsunidenc Ronald Reagan en 1982.
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Bakistaan












La vila d'Islamabad.



Sido kale fiiri[Wax ka bedel | wax ka bedel xogta]

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