Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah inaugurated the second state-of-the-art, specially constructed learning facility for children with Down syndrome as part of the Karachi Down Syndrome Program (KDSP).
On Saturday, CM stated that it was the duty and the ambition of his administration to make Pakistan an inclusive society where individuals with all sorts of diverse talents were accepted, included, and given equal opportunities to live happy and independent lives.
CM Shah declared that he had previously only heard about this admirable cause but he has witnessed it.
He said that KDSP had made significant progress during the previous eight years with such high quality and comprehensive treatment.
He continued by expressing his satisfaction at seeing that KDSP was growing to meet the community’s developing requirements and paving the way for their inclusion in the areas of early intervention treatments, healthcare, education, skills development, family assistance, and awareness.
According to the CM, the Sindh government has a responsibility and a goal to create an inclusive society in Pakistan.
Speaking at the inauguration, CM’s Special Assistant on Empowerment of Differently Abled Persons, Sadiq Memon, stated that integrating differently abled youngsters into society through training, education, and therapy was a tremendous service.
He continued by saying that the chief minister of the province was paying particular attention to the institutions serving them.