Pakistan, an Islamic republic, is a land of diverse cultures and languages where multilingual ethnicities live in. The literature of any country is representative of the spirit of its inhabited people. The Islamic Literature of Pakistan has the same impact on the literature of Pakistan. These rays of Islamic Literature entered Pakistan first before reaching the other parts of the subcontinent. Then this Islamic Literature descended into the heart and soul of the native people and formulated local languages. It is the responsibility of every patriot to love Pakistan. The establishment of Pakistan is the hour of the lost leadership which became the destiny of the Muslims of India after the death of Aurangzeb Alamgir. Before the establishment of Pakistan, the local poets and writers, as well as the freedom-loving youth of this land, had determined to get freedom from the slavery of the foreigners that propagated as a consequence of illegal invasion of the British Empire. Like other regional languages of Pakistan, Siraiki language also awakened an atmosphere of Milli awareness against Sikkha Shahi before the English era. When the Pakistan movement gained strength, Siraiki poets and writers did not stay behind and became the voice of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and his companions. In this research paper, a brief overview of the Milli poetry in the Siraiki language penned over time is presented.