CM Naqvi felicitates Saraiki people on cultural day

Mohsin Raza Naqvi
Mohsin Raza Naqvi

Punjab, known for its rich cultural diversity, proudly boasts the Saraiki culture as one of its most beautiful and unique. On the occasion of Saraiki Culture Day, caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi extended his warmest greetings to the residents of the Saraiki areas.

He highlighted the Ajrak, an emblematic symbol of Saraiki culture, representing a distinct identity, and the sweet melody of the Saraiki language that truly captivates the heart.

The chief minister further praised the people of the Saraiki areas, commending their kind, loving and caring nature, and recognizing their bravery and hard work as the core values of their culture. He also acknowledged the immense contribution of the region’s intellectuals and poets, who are an asset to Punjab and Pakistan.

Celebrating regional culture days, the chief minister emphasized, serves as a reminder of the customs and traditions of different regions, fostering awareness and sensitivity towards cultural diversity.

The provincial government continues to promote harmony, brotherhood, and tolerance in society by celebrating days of regional cultures.

The celebration of Saraiki Culture Day is an excellent example of the government’s efforts to acknowledge and honor the vibrant regional cultures of Punjab, he concluded.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi has expressed profound grief and sorrow over the demise of the legendary actor Qavi Khan.

In his condolence message, the CM conveyed heartfelt sympathies to the bereaved family and remarked that Qavi Khan’s passing has brought an end to an era of acting. Qavi Khan revolutionized TV dramas with his versatile acting style and his fans still reminisce about his iconic performances.

The CM also acknowledged Qavi Khan’s remarkable contribution to the promotion of art and culture and prayed that may Allah Almighty grant the departed soul a place in His infinite mercy and give the bereaved family the fortitude to bear this loss.