Federal Minister for National Heritage and Culture Jamal Shah on Friday discussed the proposed plan with Chairman CDA to revitalize and revamp cultural infrastructure built by the civic body. During a meeting with Chairman, Capital Development Authority (CDA) Capt Retired Anwar-ul-Haq, the minister said that Bagh-e-Shuhada would be inaugurated on 6th September in a graceful ceremony, followed by a musical concert aiming to pay tributes to the Martyrs and Art Exhibition at Islamabad Art Gallery. Jamal Shah opined that cultural sites should be upgraded and revamped which not only give a new look to the federal capital but also promote country cultural heritage. They agreed to continue work together on the said proposals and also practically visit the cultural sites for devising an upgradation and revamping plan. They also discussed the modalities for establishing Cinemas in Federal Territory. The concept of Art City or “Huner Gaon” for creative contribution was also discussed which will after specially designed residence studios workshops and display places will be offered to Artisans writer, adding that plots should be allocated, particularly for establishing Cinemas in the city. Jamal Shah desired to establish an Art City and specially housing society for creative contributors by the Ministry and its attached departments offering residential, studio, workshops, shops and gallery plots of different categories to visual and performing artists, artisans and writers.