If there is one thing every Pakistani across the country is an adept at, then it has to be the efficiency in bashing the country. Every one of us just loves to criticize the country for its poor laws, the politics, the adverse law and order situations and what not. But for once, let’s just keep everything aside and look at the greener side of the land. On this Pakistan Day, we want you to see the good things about our beautiful country which are being ignored under the dust of some unfortunate elements.
On this 23rd March, spare some time after you avail the Pakistan Day sales and appreciate the country for its achievement. Here’s a list of unbreakable World Records by Pakistan:
Pakistan ranks the first amongst countries with the best National Anthem Tune.
We made a record of ‘World’s largest human flag’ on 22nd October 2012.
We have the ‘World’s Largest Volunteer Ambulance Service’.
A Pakistani crafted the ‘Smallest Published Quran’.
Most A levels cleared in a year by a Pakistani, Ali Moeen Nawazish who took the exams within 12 months and bagged 22 As, 1 B and 1 C.
Least time consumed in arranging a Chess set (this record was made by Meher Gul who was only 12 years old when she made the record).
Sumail Hassan, the Youngest Gamer to surpass $1 million in eSports.
Malala Yousufzai, the Youngest Nobel Laureate. Recently, Malala partnered with Apple to educate 100,000 girls.
We have the Largest Irrigation System in the world.
Jahangir Khan holds a Guinness World Record of holding the longest winning streak. (555 matches won consecutively for a period of 5 years).
Muhammad Ilyas became the ‘Youngest Civil Judge’ at the young age of 20 years.
Pakistan has won 6 matches in squash and bagged the title of the country with ‘Most Men’s Squash World Team Titles’.