LAHORE: The Lahore Arts Council (LAC) organized a two-day theatre play ‘Rang Laye Ga Lahu’ to show solidarity with the people of Kashmir at Alhamra.
According to LAC spokesperson, the play was written by Aziz Qazi, dialogues were written by Riaz Qadri, and it was directed by Ishfaq Chaudhry. The drama was about ongoing freedom movement of a Kashmiri family and to highlight the brutality of the Indian army who are killing women, innocent children and their men.
On the occasion, LAC Executive Director Ather Ali Khan said that Kashmiri people had been fighting for independence for the last six decades and they had suffered a lot by all means since India captured the Kashmir valley.
He further said the nation was standing with the people of the occupied Kashmir and we salute to Kashmiri people for their struggle for self-determination.
On Nov 9, Prime Minister Imran Khan had said the entire subcontinent could become prosperous, if the dispute of Kashmir was resolved.
“After coming into power, I discussed with Indian PM Narendra Modi that the biggest issue facing the subcontinent is poverty and we could eradicate it through cordial relations and opening our borders for economic activities,” Imran Khan had said while addressing the opening ceremony of Kartarpur corridor.
He had said if the issue of Kashmir was resolved the whole subcontinent could boost its economy. “We want to get liberation from these issues.” Kashmir issue could be resolved through negotiations, he had maintained.