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Saudi Ambassador Gifts Umrah Ticket to Pakistani Artist Who Drew Portrait of Crown Prince

The Saudi Ambassador to Pakistan, Nawaf bin Said Al-Malki, gave travel tickets to a talented Pakistani artist who made a portrait of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. This artist, Umar Jarral create stunning portraits of Muslim leaders, including the Crown Prince.

Umar Jarral, is a 33-year-old from Lahore who suffers from cerebral palsy, a condition that affects coordination and muscle strength due to irregular brain development.

The meeting between Ambassador Al-Malki and Jarral happened during a special event in Lahore to celebrate the 93rd Saudi National Day.

This initiative reflects the strong relations between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. Umar Jarral’s talent and determination are truly inspiring. Despite his physical challenges, he has created beautiful portraits, including one of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The Saudi Ambassador’s gesture of gifting travel tickets to Jarral for Umrah is incredibly kind and shows the power of art and creativity in bringing people together.

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