LAHORE: A prestigious exchange of guards rite used to be held Thursday at mausoleum of Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal as all of the country celebrated 140th delivery anniversary of nationwide poet, who envisioned a separate place of birth for Muslims of British India.
An agile but well became out contingent of Pakistan Navy clad in immaculate whites, assumed ceremonial guard tasks with conventional spirit and exuberance.
Contingents of Pakistan Navy and Pakistan Rangers shaped up out of doors the Mazar and took positions along the place each the outgoing and incoming guards have been inspected by Station Commander (Navy) Lahore, Commodore Dr Sajid Mahmood Shahzad.
Marching to the band tunes, the Naval Contingent took positions at the 4 corners of the Mazar.
Simultaneously, Rangers have been ceremoniously moved out by their Officer-in-Charge.
The ceremonial Guard mounting used to be adopted by floral wreath laying at the Mazar of Allama Iqbal by Station Commander (Navy) on behalf of Chief of the Naval Staff, Officers, Sailors and Civilians of Pakistan Navy.
Later on, Station Commander presented Fateha and recorded his impact within the guests e-book.
The rite used to be witnessed by numerous army, civil officers, faculty youngsters and common public.