LAHORE    -   The Lahore Arts Council (LAC) would organize a painting exhibition titled ‘Kashmir Lockdown’ at Alhamra today (Wednesday) to highlight the plight of Kashmiri people who have been facing curfew and atrocities by Indian army. According to LAC spokesperson, Punjab Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs Raja Basharat would inaugurate the exhibition.  Alhamra invited people from across the country to participate in the exhibition. A total of 55 participants submitted 80 artworks at Alhamra Art Gallery. LAC Executive Director Ather Ali Khan said that the LAC and the entire nation was standing with the people of Kashmir. “We salute to Kashmiri people who are struggling for their rights and sacrificing their lives”, he said. The Lahore Arts Council would continue to organize different programmes to express unity with the people of Kashmir”, he added.

App reported: Lahore Arts Council’s ‘Alhamra on the Wheels’ will present a play, Jahaiz, at the Government Girls College (GGC), Gulberg, . According to a council spokesperson, the purpose of the drama is to encourage students to stay away from the social evil of dowery.