Punjab Arts Council (PAC) Tuesday organized the Talent Hunt Program 2021 to provide a platform to the young generation having age 15-35 years and arranged the Talent Hunt competitions in singing, musical instruments, poetry, fiction, and paintings for the youngsters of Attock district.
According to Rawalpindi Art Council (RAC), Rawalpindi spokesman, Deputy Commissioner (DC) Attock Ali Anan Qamar was the Chief Guest of the prize distribution ceremony.
Addressing the participants, the DC said that Punjab is the custodian of art and culture where culture has always flourished.
Punjabi, Seraiki, Pothohari, Balochi culture colors are prominent in Punjab. The talent Hunt program is an important step for the promotion of art and culture and it provided the youth an opportunity to showcase their skills. Punjab Talent Hunt Program is a unique program of its kind under which the youngsters are being encouraged to participate in different competitions. The future of Pakistan is connected with the young generation.
The youth need to build his position with hard work and talent, he added. On the occasion, Director Arts Council Rawalpindi Waqar Ahmed said that the interest of the students in fiction writing was commendable.
In the painting competitions, the children reflected the beautiful Pakistan which needs to be further refined.
Classical, folk, and rock music in singing is a testament to the talent in the country, which needs to be further honed.
In the poetry competitions, Mohammad Imran Faiq stood first, Musab Saeed second and Sajjad Hussain declared third while in fiction, Ayesha Siddique came first Faisal second, and Waqar Ahmed third. —APP