Lahore, October 17, 2021 (PPI-OT):Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar went to a calligraphy exhibition at Al-Hamra Art Gallery and saw calligraphy art pieces of 400 calligraphers participating across the country in the calligraphy competition being organized in connection with Ashra Rahmatul-Lil-Alameen. The Chief Minister took keen interest in the calligraphy art pieces of Ism-e-Muhammad (PBUH). 450 art pieces of calligraphy were displayed in the exhibition.
Usman Buzdar lauded the different mediums of calligraphy and gave away medals to the position holders of the calligraphy competition including Zubair Akram, Amjad Alvi, Saeed Naz and Habib Ullah, Anwar Zaib from Peshawar, Ammar Iqbal from Multan and Waqas Yahya from Kasur. Secretary Information Raja Jahangir Anwar presented a beautiful art piece of Ism-e-Muhammad (PBUH) to the CM.
Usman Buzdar said that the Punjab government is actively working for the promotion of calligraphy art in the province as this art is the heritage of Muslims. Provincial Minister of Culture Khayal Ahmed Castro, Secretary Auqaf, DGPR and a large number of people were also present on the occasion.
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