KARACHI, Pakistan 

Even as legendary Pakistani Urdu poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz’s composition Hum Dekhenge or We Shall See, has turned into the poem of protests in India, his daughter Salima Hashmi said the events have proved that dissent is not just about slogans, but also the arts.

“Faiz’s poetry had always paved the way to lighten our pathways and act as a bridge between India and Pakistan. Recent events have only proved that his words grow more meaningful by the day,” said Hashmi, who lives in the Pakistani city of Lahore, in an exclusive interview with Anadolu Agency.


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