Establishment of ‘literature street’ lauded


Staff Reporter

Laureates on Monday lauded the decision of the Punjab government for establishing Literature street in Urdu Bazaar. Talking to APP noted critic and educationist Prof Dr Fakhar-ul-Haq Noori said the decision of establishing Literature Street would help project the soft image of the country at a broader spectrum.
He said that Lahore was an important learning seat in South Asia and a city of colleges & literature, adding that Literatry Street would help enhance the dignity, potential and recognition of Lahore city as Shehr-e-Adab.
Prominent play writer and critic Asghar Nadeem Syed said that academic and literary activities would improve a lot after establishing Literature street in Urdu Bazaar. PTI central leader Nazar Muhammad Gondal said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government was taking stride to encourage tourism in the country.

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