PKR to celebrate 25th anniversary with carnival on May 11, says Nurul Izzah


PETALING JAYA: PKR will celebrate the establishment of the party for 25 years by organising a carnival which, will comprise among other things, exhibitions, forum discourse and various interesting activities on May 11 at Sentul Depot, Kuala Lumpur

PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar said the party would also hold a thanksgiving ceremony, besides a dinner to celebrate the sacrifices and contributions of members.

"The history of the establishment of this party, which began with various trials and tribulations until it matured into PKR's struggle and culminating in PKR's involvement in the national government, will be presented in the form of exhibitions, forum discourses and other activities throughout the carnival," she said.

She said at a press conference on 25 Years of Keadilan Carnival here, on Friday (May 3), that PKR was targeting about 10,000 visitors to attend.

Nurul Izzah said in conjunction with the celebration, PKR would also work with government agencies to open mobile counters including summons payment counters, ID card application counters and counters related to halal certification.

She said the carnival would also present other interesting activities such as traditional folk games, performances by buskers and artists such as Aisha Retno, Kaka Azraff and Datuk Zainal Abidin, apart from stall sales by various local vendors. - Bernama

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