MUZAFFARGARH - Punjab Social Welfare Director General Malik Muhammad Aslam has said that working in the Social Welfare Department proved a unique experience for it helped him changed his behaviour. He said that to improve condition of society, the women would have to play their due role. He claimed that he did not agree with people who say that Muzaffargarh is a backward as skilled people of this area are known all over the world. He made the remarks during a visit to Sanat Zar here on Tuesday. He pointed out that small industrial estates and cottage industry should be set up for the women on the pattern of China which would help revolutionise the country. On the occasion, he emphasised the women to come to the social welfare centre to learn short courses of 3 and 6 months. Malik Aslam pointed out that upon completion of these courses they will be provided loans on easy return to enable the women become self-reliant and independent. He also inaugurated a daylong workshop of CPU. The DG requested donors and govt departments to cooperate with the CPU so that the younger generation could live in a better environment. On the occasion, DO Social Welfare Muhammad Saleem Akhter Ch said that 172 camel jockeys of Tehsil Jatoi had been provided Rs72,000 compensation each. The children below six year were given Rs600 scholarship so that they could get skills training. Director programme Abdul Qadoos, Assistant Director Arshad Wahid, Dr Khalid Ch and others also spoke on the occasion.