File photo of Baloch culture day in Quetta: Photo Ashraf Tareen

Baloch culture day across Pakistan amid zeal and colorful events

News Desk :

Baloch culture day has been observed across Pakistan amid zeal and colorful events today (Tuesday). Colorful events/shows planned in Quetta, Noshki, Khuzdar, Turbat, Kalat, Mastung, Sibi, Dera Murad Jamali, Jaffarabad, and other parts of Balochistan.

Political parties, non-governmental organizations, literary groups, and people belonging to various walks of life organized programs to shed light on the history of Baloch culture. “Major reason behind such programs is to promote Baloch culture”, Ghaffar Mengal, a resident of Balochistan’s Noshki said.

“This day provides an opportunity to all Balochs to wear the dress of their forefathers”

Mr. Mengal said this day provides an opportunity for all Balochs to wear their forefathers’ dress. “Once a year on this day, I wear a traditional Balochi turban”, Mr. Mengal said.

Liaquat Shahwani, the Spokesman government of Balochistan has also congratulated all Balochs on the eve of culture day. “This day reminds us of our culture, language, and traditions”, Mr. Shahwani stated.

Balochistan tourism, culture department organized mega  show 

The Balochistan tourism department has also organized a mega event with regard to Baloch culture day. The Balochistan tourism and culture department has organized the event at the PTV Quetta center.

Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan would grace the occasion. In a message of the eve of the Baloch culture day, the CM said, “unique cultures, values, civilizations, different people peacefully living together in Balochistan.

Punjab government also organized a program

The Punjab government has also organized a program in Lahore with regard to Baloch culture day. Chief Minister, Punjab Usman Buzdar is likely to participate in the cultural event.

Various organizations have organized colorful events in Pakistan’s largest city of Karachi to promote Baloch culture, traditions.

Baloch culture day across Pakistan amid zeal and colorful events

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