Rawalpindi: In connection with Kashmir Solidarity Day, Rawalpindi Arts Council arranged Tableaus and Group Kashmiri Songs Competition among the school students of Rawalpindi/Islamabad here on Thursday.
Member National Assembly Tahira Aurangzeb accompanied by Naheed Manzoor and Resident Director RAC Waqar Ahmed was chief guest on the occasion while senior poet and columnist Aftab Zia adjudged the competitions. Fateh was offered for the martyred children of Army Public School, Peshawar at the begging of the ceremony.
Addressing at prize distribution ceremony, Member National Assembly Tahira Aurangzeb said that Pakistan nation is united with the people of Kashmir. She said that Kasmiris were sacrificing for their right of self-determination, adding that Pakistan stands united with the people of Kashmir and government of Pakistan had raised voice at every forum. “If referendum can be held in Scotland then why a similar practice can’t be held in Kashmir?” She questioned.
Naheed Manzoor said that resolution of Kashmir issue is the guaranty of peace in the region and every nation must be awarded right to decide their fate. Resident Director RAC Waqar Ahmed said that aim to organize competition was to give awareness about Kashmir issue because Kashmir is an integral part of Pakistan. According to judgment, in Kashmiri songs competition, Mohsin Ali & group of Spangle House School System secured first, Hadeeqa & group of Dr AQ Khan School System bagged second, Sheza Abbasi & group of Spangle House System Campus 2 got third and Taram & group of Ability School System remained fourth.
While in tableau competition, Bright Land School got first, Dr AQ Khan School System second, Iqra Academy third and Spangle House System remained fourth. All Pakistan Private School Management Association cooperated a lot for organizing colorful ceremony while its office bearers Abrar Ahmed, Sabir Hussain and others were present at the occasion.
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