Govt move to establish 'Literature Street' in Urdu Bazaar lauded.

 
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LAHORE -- Laureates on Monday lauded the decision of the Punjab government for establishing Literature street in Urdu Bazaar.

Talking to reporter noted critic and educationist Prof Dr Fakhar-ul-Haq Noori said the decision of establishing Literature Street would help project the soft image of the country at a broader spectrum. He said that Lahore was an important learning seat in South Asia and a city of colleges and literature, adding that Literatry Street would help enhance the dignity, potential and recognition of Lahore city as Shehr-e-Adab.

Prominent play writer and critic Asghar Nadeem Syed said that academic and literary activities would improve a lot after establishing Literature street in Urdu Bazaar.

PTI central leader Nazar Muhammad Gondal said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government was taking stride to encourage tourism in the country.

He said that Literary Street would help internationalize the city's...

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