Lahore Renowned psychiatrists have said that little attention is being given to help people suffering from mental health problems and promoting mental well-being. Vice Chancellor University of Health Sciences Prof Malik H Mubbashar said that we should recognize the affects of mental illness, whether personally or through a family member, friend or colleague. He said while addressing a seminar organised on Saturday to commemorate World Mental Health Day. He said that as many as 450 million people were suffering from some mental or behavioural disorder and it amounted to 42 per cent of the total burden of disease worldwide. Prof Mubbashar paid rich tributes to renowned psychiatrists Dr Muhammad Farooq Khan and Prof Haroon Rashid who died last week. Former professor of psychiatry King Edward Medical College Lahore, Prof I A K Tareen said that it was the time to raise voice against injustice and recognize those who damaged the country. Prof Najma Najam, Prof Ijaz Haider, Dr Aftab Iqbal Shaikh, Dr Nasir Saeed, Dr Altaf Qadir and Dr Mujtaba also spoke on the occasion. 'Arrival of Imam Mehdi to bring peace Speakers on the second day of annual central convention of the Imamia Students Organisation here on Saturday were of the view that the arrival of Imam Mehdi will bring peace, and the present situation where the world is changing pretty swiftly, it is being foreseen. Restlessness and atrocities in the world will come to an end with the Imams arrival, and it will a new dawn that day, observed the speakers, which included Maulana Ijaz Hussain Bahishti, Dr Zahid Ali Zahidi, Adil Bhangash and Maulana Hussain. The convention will conclude on Sunday (today).