Lahore(Parliament Times): The Lahore Art Council observed the Kashmir Solidarity Day with full zeal to organize an exhibition and rally to show solidarity with the people of Kashmir here on Saturday Alhamra Art Center, the Mall Road. Chairperson Alhamra Moneeza Hashmi inaugurated the exhibition along with Executive Director Zulfiqar Ali Zulfi and led the rally from Alhamra to Mall Road. Alhamra’s Officers, employees, and other audiences raised their voices in favor of the Kashmiri people.The exhibition featured around 100 paintings from artists across the country. In the displayed pictures at the exhibition, the artists highlighted the struggle of Kashmiris and the sacrifices made for independence. Chairperson Alhamra Moneeza Hashmi saw the work of the artists and praised them.
On the occasion, Chairperson Moneeza Hashmi said that the International Community and the United Nations have to fulfill their ‘Responsibility to Protect’ innocent Kashmiris from crimes against humanity being committed by occupying military forces in the State of Jammu & Kashmir. Hashmi further said that Alhamra will always support Kashmiris until they attain their inalienable right of self-determination. Executive Director Alhamra Zulfiqar Ali ZUlfi said that all Pakistani are standing with Kashmiris in their time of need. He said that the “Kashmir dispute is an internationally recognized issue and needs to be resolved following the UNSC resolutions and aspirations of the Kashmiri people. Zulfi said that the Lahore Arts Council continuously arranged different programs to pay tribute to brave Kashmiri’s soldiers. According to the UN Charter of Human Rights, freedom is the fundamental right of any individual or nation, and any brutal country can’t grab this pleasure of freedom. On Kashmir Solidarity Day, the entire nation of Pakistan saluted the Kashmiri people for their battle against the Indian armed forces, he added. Information officer Samreen Bukhari Information officer also managed Media outstanding Media person’s also thanked AlHamra Arts Council Management Subah Sadiq and Samreen Bukhari .