LAHORE World Day for disabled was commemorated at Special Education and Training Center (SETC) here on Saturday. The special children presented colourful programme, while an exhibition of handicraft made by special children also arranged on this occasion. International tennis player Aisam ul Haq was the chief guest, while renowned psychiatrist from UK Dr Akmal Makhdoom, Principal SETC Zarina Farrukh, a large number of parents and children attended the function. President Mental Health Federation Dr IAK Tareen delivered the welcome address and said that persons with disabilities were more than 15 per cent of our total population. Out of these physically disabled were 40 per cent, 20 per cent were mentally affected, 10 per cent each with visual and hearing disability, while rest of 10 per cent were suffering with some other disabilities, says a press release. Project Director SETC and Professor emeritus KEMCU Dr Khalida Tareen in her address said this was the first institution in country which introduced inclusive education for disabled and normal children. There were 200 disabled and 450 normal poor children who were getting free education. She said we have made a commitment on world disabled day that we would ensure education and technical skills for all children with disabilities.