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3-day photo exhibition begins

August 5, 2014



A 3-day photo exhibition under the auspices of district administration and Faisalabad Arts Council (FAC), began at FACís Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Art Gallery here on Monday to mark the Independence Day.

Federal Parliamentary Secretary for Science & Technology Talal Badar Ch. inaugurated the photo exhibition while Resident Director Arts Council Tariq Javed, Deputy Director Colleges Muhammad Idrees, Assistant Director Shazia Samdani and others were also present on the occasion.

More than two hundreds historic and exceptional photographs pertaining to the activities of Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah during Pakistan Movement and different stages of Independence struggle have been put on display in the exhibition.

Speaking on the occasion, Talal Badar Ch appreciated the step of holding exhibition pertaining to rare photographs of Pakistan Movement and said that it would help to aware the new generation from different stages of the Pakistan movement and difficulties faced by the refugees of the Pakistan.

He said the present government had decided to month long programmes of Independence to inculcate the spirit of Pakistan ideology into new generation.

He said that a number of problems including terrorism were confronted to Pakistan and the national solidarity and unity were the imperative to overcome these issues.

Talal Badar Ch said that the PML-N government believed in consensus over the national issues and the other political forces should come forward to make the country a peaceful and welfare state.

He lauded the efforts of district government for arranging a number of events for celebrating the independence in a befitting manner.

He said that the historic and rare photographs containing the activities of the Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah during Pakistan movement had been collected from the different quarters after long struggle.

The historic photo exhibition is being witnessed by a large number of students and the people belonging to different walk of life.


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Source: Balochistan Times (Pakistan)


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