Punjab governor inaugurates artwork of Hungarian artist August Schoefft

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Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar inaugurated an exhibition of artwork by the famous Hungarian artist August Schoefft on the reign of the 19th century Sikh Emperor of Punjab, Maharaja Sher Singh from Princess Bamba Singh art collection of Lahore Fort.
Chairman Kashmir Committee Shehryar Khan Afridi, Minister Religious Affairs Punjab Syed Saeed Ul Hassan, Minister Minorities Ejaz Alam Augustine, Ambassador of Hungary H.E Bela Fazekas, Sikh pilgrims, diplomats from different countries and others also participated. Governor Punjab also conferred the “Governor Award”, to the overseas Pakistanis from United States, United Kingdom, European countries and representatives of the Sikh community and others in recognition of their outstanding achievements and services in various fields.
According to the details, Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar inaugurated the exhibition of art work by renowned 19th-century Hungarian artist August Theodor Schoefft in Lahore Fort. On this occasion Chairman Kashmir Committee Shehryar Khan Afridi, Minister religious affairs Punjab Syed Saeed Ul Hassan, Minister Minorities Ejaz Alam Augustine, Ambassador of Hungary Bela Fazekas, Hungarian Secretary of State Tristan Azbaj, foreign diplomats as well as Sikh community members from European countries, coordinator to Governor Punjab for Overseas Pakistanis Farooq Arshad and other overseas Pakistanis also attended the event. Sikh pilgrims also lauded the arrangements made for the exhibition and the other facilities provided for Sikh community in Pakistan.