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Buner students organise cultural night in Peshawar

Buner students organise cultural night in Peshawar

A singer presenting a song at cultural night organised by Buner Students Society in Peshawar. – Photo by Usman Khan

January 11, 2017

PESHAWAR, 11 January: Buner Students Society organised cultural night at a local hotel in Peshawar on Tuesday evening.

A large number of students, political activists and elders from Buner attended the function. The elders during their speeches put light on the bright history and culture of Buner and advised the students to pay special attention to their studies besides co-curricular activities to serve the country and bring good name for Buner.

On the occasion, the organisers and Awami National Party (ANP) leaders Mian Syed Laiq Bacha and Syed Jehan Bacha distributed awards among students for best performance and members of the Society.

A special music programme was also arranged on the occasion in which famous singers Khalid Malik, Gul Sanga, Master Ali Haider and Janas Khan enthralled the participants with their lovely songs. Traditional dances and Atten was also presented on the occasion which was greatly liked by the participants.

Muhammad Rafiq of Buner Students Society told TNN that the function is organised every year to encourage the talented students from Buner.

“We invite eminent figures from Buner like politicians and government officers to inspire the students from Buner to follow their steps and achieve success in their lives,” he said.

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