Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) and Ministry of I & Telecom MoITT, in collaboration with PNCA, is organizing an art exhibition to show solidarity with Kashmir in Islamabad. PTCL & MoITT collaborate with PNCA to organize Art Exhibition on Kashmir
The art exhibition is open to the public on Sunday, October 27, 2019. The focus of the exhibition will be the cause of Kashmir and sacrifices made by the people of Pakistan and Kashmir.
Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, Federal Minister of IT & Telecom, will grace the event as chief guest at the Exhibition. Shoaib Ahmad Siddiqui, Federal Secretary, IT & Telecom, Rashid Khan, President & CEO, PTCL and the management of PTCL, along with other telecom operators will also attend this event.
Speaking about the occasion, Syed Mazhar Hussain, CHRO, PTCL, said, “The magnificent work of leading Pakistani artists on the Kashmir cause, portraying brutality with their people, will allow their voices to be heard at national and international levels. We encourage people to come to the exhibition and support this noble cause.”
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The exhibition will feature art from photographers, artists and visualizers, who are contributing to create awareness and support the cause of Kashmir.
Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) is the largest integrated Information Communication Technology (ICT) company of Pakistan. With a humble start from a telephone and telegraph department in 1947, it has evolved to offer latest digital and telecommunication technologies today. With the largest fixed line network of the country, PTCL offers products and services like high speed Broadband internet, CharJi wireless internet, Smart TV (IPTV) service, over-the-top (OTT) applications like Smart Link App, Smart TV App and Touch App, and world class digital content like Netflix, iflix and icflix. PTCL’s enterprise grade platforms like Smart Cloud, Tier-3 Certified Data Centers, Managed Services and Satellite Services are meeting the connectivity needs of organizations and enabling businesses to operate more efficiently. It acts as the communication backbone for the country with largest fiber cable network that spans from Khyber to Karachi and submarine cables connecting Pakistan to the world.
PTCL is proud of its more than 70 years heritage; connecting people of Pakistan. PTCL has always played its part in development of the country and is committed to building a prosperous and digitally connected Pakistan.