An Unforgettable Evening Hosted by Dr. Sadia Kamal, Vice President PFUJ Workers

RAWALPINDI: The esteemed Dr. Sadia Kamal, Vice President of PFUJ Workers, hosted a memorable evening celebrating Saraiki culture and literature. The event featured Dr. Ghazanfar Mehdi, Chairman of the Saraiki World Congress and son of the renowned Saraiki literary figure, Bahar Multani. This gathering brought together notable personalities from the literary and journalistic communities.

The evening was presided over by Secretary General of RIUJ Workers Syed Bilal Izzat Naqvi, Mr. Mazhar Arif, and Mr. Jahangir Mukhlis. The event was graced by the presence of distinguished guests including Sain Nazir Tabassum, Dr. Manzoor Soomro, Tahir Farooq Baloch (father of the founder of Irtiqa, Jaweria), Nasreen Mirza, Subtain Lodhi, Hameed Qaiser, Tariq Naeem Qureshi, Shahid Dhareja, Wasoo Khan, and Ahmad.

Dr. Sadia Kamal, a prominent name in the journalist community, has been instrumental in organizing this event, highlighting her dedication to promoting cultural and literary heritage. Her tireless efforts and contributions to journalism and cultural preservation are commendable, and her name will undoubtedly be inscribed in golden words in the annals of history.

The evening served as a platform for intellectual exchange and cultural appreciation, strengthening the bonds within the Saraiki community and beyond. Dr. Ghazanfar Mehdi’s presence added a significant value, reflecting the deep-rooted cultural heritage and the continuous efforts to promote Saraiki literature.



This event exemplifies Dr. Sadia Kamal’s commitment to fostering unity and cultural pride among diverse communities. Her leadership and vision continue to inspire many, making a lasting impact on the journalistic and cultural landscape.



In the end, attendees collectively prayed for the mother of Shakir Husain Shakir, who recently passed away in Multan. This moment of remembrance and solidarity underscored the strong sense of community and support among the attendees, honoring the legacy of those who have contributed to the cultural and literary heritage of the region.



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