The State Bank of Pakistan issued a commemorative banknote of denomination 75 rupees to mark the 75 years of independence (Diamond Jubilee) of Pakistan.

This banknote is legal tender and can be used as medium of exchange for all transactions across Pakistan.

This is the second commemorative banknote issued by the central bank after the issuance of the first commemorative note issued to mark the 50 years of independence of the country in 1997.

The commemorative banknote has been designed to pay tribute to the leaders who contributed to the creation of Pakistan and create awareness about climate change and its impact on our environment.

The images of the national animal Markhor and the national tree Deodar on the reverse also highlight the danger of extinction of such species and the need to preserve them.

The details of the Commemorative banknote are as under:

Denomination: Rs. 75/-

Color: Emerald Green

Size: 147 x 65 mm

Observe Portraits:
Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Sir Syed Ahmad Khan
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah

Dr. Muhammad Ali Qureshi

I am working as an Assistant Professor and Chairman in the Department of Telecommunication Engineering at University College of Engineering & Technology, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan since 2007.

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