Photo exhibition about atrocities in IOK held at PNCA

By DNA
Published: October 26, 2019
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An Indian security personnel patrols a deserted street in Indian Occupied Kashmir. PHOTO: AFP

An Indian security personnel patrols a deserted street in Indian Occupied Kashmir. PHOTO: AFP

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) and Ministry of IT and Telecom (MoITT), in collaboration with Pakistan National Council of Arts (PNCA), organised an art exhibition ‘Giving a voice to the voiceless’ to show unity with the people of Kashmir at an inaugural ceremony held at PNCA, on Friday.

IT and Telecom Federal Minister Dr Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui who was the chief guest at the occasion inaugurated the event.

“We Pakistanis, across the globe, are standing with our Kashmiri brethren, who are going through turmoil and tough times,” said Dr Siddiqui.

“We appeal to both the national and international communities to come forward and acknowledge that the Kashmiri people are suffering. This exhibition is a way to connect the plight of Kashmiris through art so that people can feel their anguish,” he added.

Speaking at the event, PTCL CEO Rashid Khan said the aim of the exhibition was to create more awareness on the issue and atrocities faced by Kashmiris.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 26th, 2019.

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