Art, Culture and creativity play a central role in our social and economic:
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Art, Culture and creativity play a central role in our social and economic life which makes sure that all Pakistanis, no matter where they live, can share in the richness of our cultural life. The arts have always been a significant part of my life. I personally place enormous value on the way all art forms have the capacity to appeal to our emotions, fire up our imagination and touch the soul.
These views were expressed by LCCI President Engineer
The LCCI President said that Photography exhibitions at one hand provide new dimensions to one's thinking but on the other hand, it also makes positive minds convert their plans into actions.
The LCCI President said that in this modern age, when the photography has also developed to a great extent, this mean of information can be used to highlight the important areas of our society.
Through this medium, we can form public opinion and bring attention to those hard facts which mostly remain out of the sight of general public. He said that photography exhibitions at one hand provide new dimensions to one's thinking but on the other hand, it also makes positive minds convert their plans into actions.
The LCCI President said that the government would have to come forward to encourage the sector of photography and the young photographers who always earn laurels for the country through their work.
Speaking on the occasion, the Principal of the
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