Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi has crossed another milestone, Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi (District Central)Jinnah Cultural Complex was grandly inaugurated by Governor Sindh Kamran Tessori along with President Arts Council Muhammad Ahmad Shah and members of the governing body. Jinnah Cultural Complex located in New Karachi was formally handed over to the Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi.
In the opening ceremony of Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi District Central, Secretary Arts Council Ijaz Farooqui, Vice President Munawar Saeed, members of governing body, political leader Khawaja Izhar ul Hasan, Khanzada, literary personality Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui and various social and literary personalities participated.
Governor sindh Kamran Tessori said that famous literary and intellectual personalities live in New Karachi, after 75years at this age they will get a chance to watch programs here, many such buildings are abandoned in the city, Ahmed Shah isa professional man who He showed an institution like Arts Council standing on its feet, how long will we humiliate each other,now only the name is left, no one is ready to do the work, there is no balance in anything, our education system is doublestandard. Yes, the economy and society of Pakistan is declining, there is no balance in the society, the difference in theeducation system has reached the extreme, he said that if the country wants to move forward, the circle of differences willhave to be broken, President of the Arts Council Muhammad Ahmad Shah in his welcome speech. said that today is thebeginning of the dawn of love, I am not a person of any party but of culture, he said that the population of District Central ismore than many countries, North Nazimabad was supposed to be the capital, we and our rulers made mistakes.
But now thetime has come that we should gather at one center, he said, "We own this building , we have been given to run under acontract, everyone has seen the work done in the last twenty years, I faced many problems in coming here, there were piles ofgarbage here but the Sindh Department.