Islamabad : Youth Forum for Kashmir has organized a ceremony on creative and high-quality artwork on Kashmir during lockdown “Kashmir Though Art” here on Saturday. .Addressing to the event Federal Minister for Human Rights Dr. Shrieen Mazari highlights the need to introduce diversity and richness of culture into Kashmiri activism as an intrinsic part of Pakistan’s foreign policy. She said that we need to promote “Culture of Resistance” to highlight cause at international level. We need to identify new tools of diplomacy and get rid of old and traditional means. She further highlighted that PM Imran Khan developed an effective narrative for Kashmir cause at international level and we must take it forward. She also said that culture of Kashmir is rich. We must promote Kashmir cause through its music, films and art”. The speakers highlighted that art is best way to unveil the Indian atrocities during lock down in Indian Occupied Kashmir. First prize was won by Faiza Ghani, second prize by Saadia Umer Khyam and third prize by Zain ul Abadin in the competition. More than 100 paintings received from all over the country shows the high-quality artwork. More than 100 paintings received from all over the country showing the high-quality artwork of famous artists, students and persons belonging to different walk of life. These paintings depicted the lockdown situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir. A large number of people from various sectors came to see the exhibition.