Pakistan, Islamic Republic of Pakistan, is a Country in the South Asia and the fifth most Populous Country in the World with a population of more than 240 million. Muhammad Ali Jinnah was the Founder of the Pakistan, He was a barrister, Politician and founder of the Pakistan. The country has the world second largest population of the Muslim Community. Islamabad is the Capital and the Karachi is the Largest City in the Country. Pakistan is an Agricultural Country with major crops Wheat, Rice, Sugarcane, Fruits and Vegetables. Pakistan’s Irrigation system is the World Largest irrigation System which support its Agriculture. The dialing code for Pakistan is +92 and the Current Prime Minister of Pakistan is Shahbaz Sharif and President of Pakistan is Dr. Arif Alvi. Pakistan is only Nuclear Power in the Muslim World. Popular Languages that are Spoken Pakistan are Urdu and English.
Pakistan is blessed with all type lands, Mountains, Rivers, Deserts and Plain land. Most of the Highest peaks lies in the Karakoram Mountain range. Which includes K2, Nanga Parbat, Rakaposhi. Pakistan has the hot Dessert as well as the cold deserts which is in Skardu, Pakistan. There are Major six rivers in the country Indus River, Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Sutlej and Kabul.
Pakistan is blessed with the Natural wonders of the World. Pakistan has the four major tourism categories Religious, ecotourism, adventure and archeology tourism. Pakistan offers an on-arrival visa to the foreign visitors of the 50 Countries whereas the other 175 countries can apply for the visa online. The Skardu Airport is the attraction of the visitors for the country as it is in the midst of the Mountain regions. Pakistan Govt. has taken the initiative to provide helicopter ride for the tourist to the Gilgit Baltistan to portray the better image of the Country and to catch attraction of the tourists.
Pakistan is often thought as an Islamic country because they follow Sharia Law but they are also home to more than four million Christians who practice Christianity without fear of persecution as the founder of the said in his speech no matter you are from which religion you are free to practice your religious activities without any fear The state has Nothing to do with it. Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah Said: You are free to go to your temples, you are free to go to your mosques or to any other place of worship in this state of Pakistan. In Presidential Address to the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan 11 August, 1947.
As the second most populous country in the Muslim world and the only Islamic nuclear state, Pakistan is an important player in the region and on the global stage. After independence in 1947, Pakistan's economic and political development was hampered by civil-military tensions, militancy, numerous wars, and continued rivalry with India. Its ties with the United States, which at times reached a critical high during the Cold War and the US War on Terror, are today characterized by a mutual lack of trust.
Pakistan's importance, History and relations with the world.