CDA chairman inaugurates art work exhibition


Famous and renowned artists of the country have donated their artworks to help the people affected by the recent floods in Pakistan and participate in their rehabilitation. The exhibition of these artworks has started from Wednesday at the Art Gallery in F-9 Park and will continue till October 9. The exhibition was inaugurated by the Chairman Capital Development Authority Captain (Retd) Muhammad UsmanYounis. On this occasion famous painters, artists of the country and large number of citizens are also participated.

On the last day of the exhibition, these works of art will be auctioned, after which the money received will be donated to the Prime Minister’s Flood Relief Account to provide all possible help to the flood victims. He further said that the Capital Development Authority is taking all possible measures to help the flood victims.

Chairman Captain (Retd) Muhammad UsmanYunus said on this occasion that this art gallery is a great platform for women and youth from where they can transfer the culture and civilization of the country of Pakistan to the coming generation, especially those living in other countries. He further said that the CDA administration will continue to organize such exhibitions in the future.

He further said that any city is not made only by the construction and repair of highways, parks or street lights, but it has its own distinct culture, civilization and way of life and no society can achieve its position without cultural identity.

Chairman Captain (Retd) Muhammad UsmanYunus further said that Islamabad, besides being a beautiful city, also has a distinct and unique identity in terms of civilization and culture.

He added that our artist community has a more important role in highlighting art and culture.


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