Sanaul’s photo show held in New York

Cultural Correspondent | Published: 00:05, Oct 11,2018

 
 

Visitors look at photographs taken by Sanaul Haque at his solo show held in New York.

Photographer Sanaul Haque displayed fifty photographs depicting the sufferings of Rohingya refugees at a day-long solo show held at Diversity Plaza’s Jackson Heights in New York, USA on September 30.
The displayed photographs portrayed exodus of Rohingya refugees from Rakhine state of Myanmar to Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh and their everyday life in refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar.
New York state assembly member Catlina Cruz inaugurated the exhibition titled, ‘Save the Rohingya People’. Among others, journalists Akbar Haider Kiran, M Emran Ansari and Bangladeshi expatriate freedom fighter Abu Jafar
Mahmud were present at the inaugural programme.
‘The atrocities committed by Myanmar army against Rohingyas could not be described in words. I hope the United
States will aid the Rohingya community’, Catlina Cruz said.
‘I hope the photographs will make the audience aware about one of the worst moments in human history’, said Sanaul.

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