Minar-e-Pakistan is a tower which was built to commemorate the day when the Pakistan Resolution was passed on March 23, 1940. The main tower of this memorial was completed on March 22, 1968. The location was originally known as Minto Park. It was here that the historic session of the All-India Muslim League was held on March 23, 1940.
The total height of the Minar-e-Pakistan is about 92 meters above the ground, the base is about 8 meters above the ground, and the unfolding petals are 9 meters high. The base comprises four platforms, first is built with Taxila stones, second with hammer-dressed stones, third with chiselled stones and fourth with white marble. These platforms depict the freedom struggle. There are 324 stairs to go to the top, besides the lift.