RAWALPINDI: In connection with the Pakistan Day celebrations, the Rawalpindi Arts Council arranged a photographic exhibition based on the Pakistan Movement on Saturday.
Naheed Manzoor and RAC Resident Director Waqar Ahmed inaugurated the exhibition. More than 100 rare pictures of the Pakistan Movement had been exhibited at the show.
The struggle for Pakistan from 1857 to 1947 has been depicted in the photographs put on display at the council. Addressing participants of the inaugural ceremony, Naheed said that Pakistan is very dear to us because of its achievement after a lot of sacrifices.
She added that Pakistan has been blessed with lot of treasures.
She said that the Rawalpindi Arts Council had always celebrated every important day of Pakistan enthusiastically, while Ahmed said that March 23 was the day to remember the sacrifices of our ancestors and to follow the notions of our national heroes.
Ahmad added that it was obligatory for everyone to celebrate all historic days of Pakistan.
The exhibition would continue until March 24. More ceremonies in connection with the Pakistan Day will be held today at the council.
A play titled ‘Watan k Geet’ will be shown at 10am today, while ‘Hum Zinda Qaum Hain’ will be staged at 7pm.
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