Painting exhibits in Ludhiana focus on drugs and child labor

More than 2,000 paintings by students from various schools and colleges in the city, as well as those by professional painters, were exhibited to raise awareness about drugs and child labor

Seeking to raise awareness about drugs and child labor, Ishmeet Academy’s Navchetna Bal Bhalai committee organized a painting competition and exhibition on Sunday.

More than 2,000 paintings by students from various schools and colleges in the city, as well as those by professional painters, were exhibited.

The winners were awarded cash prizes. First prize in various categories went to Diya Nathani from Jesus Sacred Heart School, Hargun Sohal from Government College for Girls and Ekamjot Singh from Guru Nanak International Public School (GNIPS), all of whom also received awards. tablets as prizes.

Manpreet Kaur from GNIPS, Harveen Kaur from GCG and Rudrapratap Singh from DAV School, Civil Lines, meanwhile, won second prizes in different categories and were congratulated with bikes.

The event was attended by Municipal Corporation (MC) Area Commissioner Jasdev Singh Sekhon, District Family Welfare Officer Harpreet Singh and Atam Nagar MP’s son Kulwant Singh Sidhu, Sartaj Singh.

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Julia P. Cluff