Rawalpindi, Punjab Arts Council completed district level Talent Hunt Program 2021 to provide platform to the young generation having age from 15-35 years. The last Talent Hunt Competition includes competitions in singing, musical instruments, poetry, fiction and paintings was held in district Chakwal on Saturday. Deputy Commissioner Chakwal Bilal Hashim flanked by ADC Ambar Gillani and Director Waqar Ahmed were the chief Guest of the prize distribution ceremoney. While addressing the ceremoney, Deputy Commissioner ChakwalBilal Hashim said that Punjab is rich in arts and culture. The festivals and culture of the province are the identity of Pakistan all over the world. The Talent Program is a great opportunity for the youth of the province to showcase their talents. Encouraging the participating youth, he said that the future of Pakistan is connected with these youth, you should create your place with your hard work and ability. Director Arts Council Waqar Ahmed said that the land of Punjab is the treasure of art and culture Is. Where culture has always flourished. The colors of Punjabi, Seraiki, Pothohari and Balochi culture are prominent in Punjab. Talent Hunt Program is an important step for the promotion of art and culture. Talent Hunt includes singing, musical instruments, poetry, fiction and painting competitions. In poetry competitions, Mohammad Subhan Khalid came first, Mohammad Tahir Kaleem came second and Mohammad Sajid came third. Second, Arshia Noor took third place. In the painting competitions, Abdul Hadi, Malaika Mughal, Raja Muhammad Zohaib came first, second and third respectively. In the singing competitions, Saghir Abbas came first, Zubairia Gul came second and Abbas Jaffer came third. Hundreds of candidates from across Chakwal participated.