The Ministry of Interior (MoI), in association with the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs (MADLSA) and Barwa Group, will be hosting various events across the country for the expatriate communities on the first and second day of Eid.
The events will be held on September 1 and 2 between 5pm and 10pm across six venues namely, the Asian Town, Labour City, Barwa Baraha, Al Wakrah Sports Club, Al Ahli Sports Club and Barwa Workers Recreation Complex at Al Khor.
Brigadier al-Muftah said the programme will comprise musical, cultural, folklore and traditional shows by teams from India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
Teams from India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Pakistan will be showcasing their talent, while government agencies and departments will be using the occasion to hold some awareness programmes for expats.
Al-Ghanim said the MADLSA is giving top priority for the care of workers in Qatar. “We have been organising various programmes on different occasions for the welfare of the workers. This time, we are associating with Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Culture and Sports.”
The Indian, Bangladeshi and Sri Lankan artistes will perform various cultural events in the Asian Town (cricket stadium parking area), Labour City (playground) and Barwa Baraha (playground).
At Al Ahli Club, Nepalese artiste Rajesh Payel Rai, comedian Sandip Chhetri, Chanda Aryal, Pramila Shree Khanal and Amrita Limbu and others will perform various musical and cultural shows.
Pakistani artistes Shahid Ali Khan, Khalid Malek, Khwaja Masoud, Nadiya Gul, Deepa and Mariya Khan will entertain crowds at Al Wakrah Stadium on September 1 and 2.
Orchestras from India and Nepal will entertain visitors at Al Khor Barwa Workers Recreation for two days. Except for the Nepali concert to be held at the Amphitheatre at the Asian Town, entry to all programmes are free.