The term commonly used in the western world for special people is Developmental Disordered/Cognitive Impairment. Unfortunately Pakistan is one of those countries where this disability is on increase but no statistics are available with regards to the number of affected population. Seminars are often arranged in big hotels with discussions and presentations, but real progress in right direction does not occur. Absence of concrete data on the subject with any governmental or non-governmental organization bears testimony to this fact. On the contrary with no government cover available to the bereaved families and individuals, the private sector is all geared up for grabbing money from the parents by their continuous emotional blackmailing. Pakistan is a country, where declining literacy rate has always been a negative factor in the path of its progress, where child labor abuse has always shown an upward trend and where education is given 2.5% of complete financial budget per annum. In this depleted environment for education, the most neglected but important cadre of our ignorant society is the children with special needs. Number of new born with mental illness in Pakistan is on a steep climb with few institutions available in the country to deal with it. Yet another alarming fact is that all these institutions allow admissions of an intellectually disordered child till 25 years of age. This unwritten law which is very strictly taken care off in these institutions is responsible for deterioration of mental health of the child, who is denied of his right of education as citizen of Pakistan. The principle of 'inclusive education was put forward at the UNESCO-convened Salamanca Conference in 1994 which has been a major step forward by the international community. The basic concept of inclusive education is to bring an intellectually disordered child into mainstream of education. This concept is designed for following output: One, it allows a special child to breath in normal healthy environment and learn civilized life from his or her classmates; two, this also indirectly but effectively train the society to deal with these children right from the grassroots level. As in the case of main stream education, field of special education is also suffering a great deal in Pakistan because of the non-involvement of Government sector in it. With near absence of quality care of intellectually disabled individual in this precariously violent environment of the country, chances of turning disabled children into violent adults exists in high percentage.According to an authentic survey carried out in Europe and available on internet confirms that: Men with major mental disorderswere 21/2 times more likely than men with no disorder or handicapto be registered for a criminal offense and four times morelikely to be registered for a violent offense; and, women with majordisorders were five times more likely than women with no disorderor handicap to be registered for an offense and 27 times morelikely to be registered for a violent offense. It is imperative to mention here that these statistics are an outcome of a scientific survey carried out in a highly developed part of the world with high literacy rate and quality society awareness in this regard. Situation in Pakistan is indeed frighteningly deplorable, keeping in view the nearly unmanageable law and order situation because of terrorism. In this environment horrifying possibility of exploitation of intellectually disordered children as bomb carriers for disastrous terrorist activities cannot be ruled out. Its time to respond now. JAWAD RAZA KHAN, February 25.