PESHAWAR - The KPK Minister for Information and Special Education Mossarat Qadeem has said that special children deserve our special attention for making them useful citizens of the society.  She said that she would do all her best for the welfare of special children, adding that she was intending to do much more for them in her personal capacity also. This she said while addressing the prize distribution ceremony of Azam Khan, Special Education Centre (MAKSEC) at Charsadda on Monday. The ceremony beside others was addressed by the Patron-in-Chief MAKSEC, Ali Akbar and Wajid Ali Khattak and Deputy Commissioner Charsadda Syed Zafar Ali Shah and authorities concerned of Education Dept were also present on this occasion. Mossarat Qadeem said that special children were the test from Allah Almighty and who succeeded in this test would get its fruits.

 She said the ratio of special children in our country was three per cent of the population and keeping in view this ratio, there was a need of a large network of special education institutions for them.

She said the government alone could not do the same but each and every one has to play his role.

She appealed to the philanthropists to come forward and generously help the MAKSEC like welfare institutions.

The minister said that work on special education centre at Charsadda was underway which would be stretched over an area of 9.5 kanals.

She announced that she would continue her all-out support to the MAKSEC and establish an endowment fund even after the end of her government.