CM Sindh vows to provide equal opportunities to persons with disabilities.

KARACHI -- Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that his government was committed to providing equal opportunities to the people, including those with disabilities.

'I announce here that my government will provide job opportunities to the persons with disabilities, particularly the amputees who have gone under treatment and rehabilitation process here at SIP and R', he said while speaking at the Awareness Day program for the people with disabilities organized by the Sindh Institute of Physical and Rehabilitation (SIPMR) on their premises here Saturday. The chief minister was accompanied by his Advisor Murtaza Wahab. The program was attended by CM's Special Assistant for Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, Sadiq Memon, Secretary Health Zulfiqar Shah, Secretary Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities (DEPD) Taha Farooqi and others.

The chief minister said that the SIPMR successfully illuminated the path towards the inclusivity and empowerment with its highly anticipated Awareness Day for people with disabilities. He said that the day also reflected a commitment to improving the lives of people with disabilities with the help .

The chief minister said that the momentous occasion offered attendees a plethora of enriching experiences. He said that the cornerstone of the event was the provision of on-the-spot assessments, which were available across various departments, including Physiatry Consultation, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech Therapy, Psychological Services, and the Prosthetic and Orthotics Department.

Recognizing the importance of joyful engagement, Murad Ali Shah said that the...

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