Pakistani Singer and social activist Shehzad Roy has delivered musical instruments to children from Hunza, who gave stunning band performances without musical instruments.
Last month, Shehzad Roy shared a video on social media of children performing brilliantly without musical instruments and asked fans if anyone could tell from which area these children belong so that he can provide musical instruments to these children.
Releasing a video message on Twitter on Wednesday, Shehzad Roy said that the mission has been completed and musical instruments have been delivered to these talented children of Hunza.
Shehzad Roy said in a video message that the video of the children going viral on social media was recorded 10 years ago and now all these children have grown up.
It is to be noted that the discussion of the video of these Pakistani children had also reached across the border and Indian artist Anupam Kher while commenting had declared these children as Indians on which Anupam Kher later admitted his mistake.
After Indian actor Anupam’s claim, Shehzad roy humbly corrected him on Twitter.
“Sir @AnupamPKher Thanks for sharing the video I shared a few days back. You say that these talented kids are from Bharat, a humble correction, these kids are in fact from Hunza, Pakistan. I am in touch with them and have sent them all the musical instruments they need,” stated Shehzad Roy.
Earlier, Leading singer Shehzad Roy expressed happiness over the decision to remove the age limit for teaching course B.Ed.
Apart from singing, Shehzad Roy is also known for his education and other social services.
Expressing his views on the important decision on Twitter, he wrote in his tweet: “The meeting chaired by Saeed Ghani was heartily pleased with the decision of STEDA (Sindh Teachers Development Authority) that there is no age limit for any student aspiring for B.Ed.
The singer added that it would be a great effort to encourage students who want to become teachers.
It may be recalled that the previous Sindh government has decided to abolish the age limit for those interested in teaching and B.Ed. Earlier, the age limit for B.Ed was fixed at 28 years.
The proposal in this regard came up after a long time in the meeting of the Board of Governors of Sindh Teachers Development Authority in which an important decision was taken to remove the age limit for B.Ed after consultation with the participants.