National hero Noman Ali conferred Sitara-i-Jurat on Independence Day
President Arif Alvi conferred military honour upon Noman Ali as Sitara-i- jurat and Squadron Leader Hasan for downing an Indian jet in February.
On the occasion of Independence Day, President Arif Alvi approved to confer ‘Pakistan Civil Awards’ on 116 individuals from Pakistan as well as foreign nationals for showing excellence and courage in their respective fields.
The president approved conferment of Hilal-i-Pakistan award on Song Tao and Zhong Shan of China, Sheikh Mansoor Bin Zayed Al Nahyan of UAE and Sheila Jackson Lee of USA in recognition of their services to Pakistan.مزید پڑھ: 92 News HD Plus
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