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NAB Karachi organizes fine arts competition for awareness.

Karachi -- NAB Karachi organized fine arts competition on the theme of 'Evils of Corruption' in collaboration with Arts Council Karachi. The competition was part of awareness campaign against corruption. Various Arts schools of Karachi and Hyderabad including University of Karachi, University of Sindh, Centre of Excellence in Art and Design MUET Jamshoro, Indus University, Sadequain Institute of Arts, Karachi School of Arts, Dawood Engineering University, Rana Liaquat Ali College of Home Economics, Iqra University and Arts Council Institute of Arts and Crafts participated. Mr. Amin Guljee, Ms Marjorie Hussain and Prof Qudsia Nisar were judges and chief guests of ceremony.

Highlighting the importance of arts competition DG NAB Mr. Mohammad Altaf Bawany said that keeping in view the gravity of corruption and its penetration in every section of society, it was important that awareness against corruption was raised through visuals as well. He said art as language must come to play as it has a lasting impact over the minds and hearts. He said, the call of artists through the language of their masterpieces serves as an inspiration for widely spreading the message of anti-corruption.

DG NAB appreciated the efforts of students of art, participants of competition and Arts Council for making their valuable contribution in war against corruption.

DG NAB reiterated his resolve to fight corruption under leadership of Chairman NAB Mr. Justice Javed Iqbal and particularly his vision of awareness as the foremost step towards effective prevention and enforcement.

Amongst the participants, Mahnoor Khan from Arts Council Institute of Arts and Crafts, Mariyum Ahmed Khan from Rana Liaquat Ali College of Home Economics and Safar Ali from Iqra University secured first, second and third positions respectively. The winners and participants were awarded with Shields, books, certificates and cash prizes by DG NAB Karachi, Mr. Ahmed Shah of Arts Council and three judges as token of appreciation.

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Publication:The Messenger (Karachi, Pakistan)
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Date:May 3, 2018
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