Kashmir Solidarity Day marked at PNCA

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ISLAMABAD, Feb 5 (APP):Artists paid tributes to the Kashmiri martyrs to show solidarity with Kashmiri brothers in a cultural program arranged by Pakistan National Council Of the Arts in collaboration with the Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit Biltistan here at National Art Gallery on Monday.
The event comprised of Puppet Show, Exhibition of Photography, stage Play and cultural show which aimed to mark the “Kashmir Solidarity Day.”
The special puppet show based on the Kashmiri struggle for independence was attended by a large number of students with their parents.
The exhibition of photographs reflecting the Indian brutality in held Kashmir attracted a large number of visitors from the twin cities.
The photographs are narration of the struggle of Kashmiri innocent people who are fighting for their independence and rights of self-determination. A play “laho Rang Kashmir” written by Khalid Majid was Part of Kashmir Day Program. The Artists very skillfully and brilliantly exposed the Indian Strategy and suppression of the Kashmiri people.
The play give hope to the Kashmiri freedom for struggle and tribute to the freedom fighters. The musical show comprised of Bano Rehmat,Raja Imran and Bakhtawar Paid Tribute to freedom fighters of Kashmir by presenting Kashmiri popular Folk Music and songs. The artists of the National Performing Art Group presented folk dances of Kashmir.