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National Day: It is the day of Chinese development, stability and unity

On October 1, 1949, Mao Zedong, Chairman of the Communist Party of China, formally proclaimed the founding of the People’s Republic of China. He waved the Chinese flag in front of a crowd of 300,000 in Tiananmen Square. Since then, this date has been celebrated as China’s national day with immense respect and affection worldwide. Millions of people sacrificed their lives in the fight for freedom against capitalism and imperialism. Victory was achieved after a prolonged struggle under the leadership of Chairman Mao Zedong. The Chinese nation has never forgotten the sacrifices made to secure its freedom, which is why this day holds immense importance for the Chinese people.
From October 1, the journey of China’s development and stability began, forming the foundation for its current status as one of the world’s most influential countries. Despite the dire economic conditions at the time of the successful Chinese revolution, Chairman Mao’s enthusiastic leadership propelled China to make extraordinary progress in every sector of the economy. China’s development has served as a model for developing nations. Presently, China’s economy ranks second only to the United States, with economists predicting it will claim the top spot in the coming years. The secret behind China’s remarkable economic growth lies in the unity of its people under the leadership of the Communist Party of China. All decisions related to the country’s development align with the wishes of the people, with the Communist Party playing a pivotal role.
China’s remarkable development in various fields didn’t occur overnight. It was the result of tremendous sacrifices made by the people of China, its armed forces, and its dedicated political leadership. Their sacrifices paved the way for China’s development, and the principles of unity, intellectual equality, and honesty have not only made China an economic powerhouse but also conveyed a message to the world that the principles of peaceful coexistence can bridge different economic ideologies, creating a world of peace and development. The initial torch of development and stability, successfully lit by Mao Zedong, is now carried by the current President of China, Xi Jinping.
It’s worth noting that the revolution initiated by Mao Zedong in 1949 ushered China into a new era. Comrades like Zhou Enlai and Deng Xiaoping worked sincerely to implement these ideals. Thanks to its patriotic and ideological leadership, China has progressed significantly. Even today, China is under the wise and intelligent leadership of Xi Jinping. President Xi Jinping is determined to lead China to prosperity, strength, democracy, harmony, modernization, and beauty by mid-century. According to Xi Jinping, China will essentially complete its vision goal of basically realizing socialist modernization by 2035, with rapid development in the national economy, scientific and technological strength, significant cultural progress, comprehensive nation-building, and governance based on the rule of law.
Throughout history, brave and talented people of great nations have believed in progress through hard work. They have moved forward with determination, guided by principles that apply to individual, organizational, and national development. These principles, when present in any nation, fuel unstoppable progress. Behind China’s economic development lies years of struggle and forward thinking.
China’s journey to economic and social stability can be divided into three stages. The first phase brought about social change and resolved mutual differences, focusing on producing human capital with hearts and minds committed to China’s well-being. The second phase addressed growing social needs and resource scarcity by developing industry and agriculture along modern lines. Powers were delegated to local governments to make timely decisions in pursuit of goals. In the final phase, China worked diligently to eradicate poverty by providing employment opportunities instead of direct financial aid. China’s economy is advancing rapidly, with 800 million people lifted out of poverty according to UN standards. Reflecting on China’s rapid development on the international stage, Chinese President Xi Jinping stated, ‘China believes that opening its door to other countries is the secret to a nation’s development.’
The Belt and Road Initiative, conceived by President Xi Jinping, emphasizes the need for economic cooperation and free trade agreements to achieve the common goal of peace and prosperity. The ‘Belt and Road’ Forum offers equal opportunities to all countries, representing China’s most significant development project of this century. This initiative connects China with Asian countries and extends to Europe via land roads and railways. What makes this project remarkable is China’s inclusion of developing countries, ensuring they receive ample opportunities for development.
It is also crucial to mention the enduring friendship between Pakistan and China in the context of China’s National Day. This friendship, an all-weather strategic cooperative strategic partnership, fosters development across various levels for both nations. Diplomatic relations between China and Pakistan were established in 1951, and subsequent governments have strengthened and stabilized these relations. The relationship between Pakistan and China is deep and robust, with China consistently demonstrating itself as a trustworthy friend of Pakistan. Pakistan and China share a bond of eternal friendship, rooted in mutual trust, confidence, and respect. This relationship remains unaffected by international changes and continues to flourish over time. The friendship with China is undoubtedly a significant diplomatic legacy for Pakistan, one that every Pakistani takes pride in.

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