MANSEHRA: Students from Hazara University’s art and design departments painted 50 paintings on the walls of the women’s section of the district jail in a bid to give them hope and motivation to start over their lives with new zeal for three weeks. long project, which ended on Saturday.
“We have painted the dark cells of the women’s section of the prison thematically to bring them out of trauma and psychological disorders and bring them to a normal life,” Iffat Ahmad, head of the department of prison, told the press on Saturday. art and design.
She said the unique concept was introduced by her department to bring inmates back to normal life.
“Up to 25 students participated in the project, the aim of which was to create a pleasant environment for the prisoners and to bring positivity to the very dark, dull and restricted environment of the prison,” he said. she declared, adding carefully chosen symbols and colors. chosen to convey the message of freedom and power in an aesthetically appealing and psychologically effective way.
Ms Ahmad said the university planned to launch the second phase of the initiative at the men’s barracks to create a motivational and free-living impact on their lives.
POS COVID: Deputy Commissioner, Mansehra, Marvi Malik Sher asked traders, hoteliers and wedding hall owners to follow standard operating procedures related to the coronavirus, as infections were on the rise again. She warned that companies that fail to follow the SOPs will be penalized under relevant laws.
Meanwhile, newly appointed Deputy Commissioner Oghi Hasrat Khan took over his office on Saturday.
Also in the day, District Police Officer Sajjad Khan shuffled post house officers from various police stations for better policing.
Posted in Dawn, January 23, 2022