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CHIEF SECRETARY SINDH SYED MUMTAZ ALI SHAH PRESIDES MEETING OF ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON CULTURAL HERITAGE OF SINDH.

 

KARACHI January 17: A proposal is under consideration of Sindh government to declare Sir Cowasjee Jehangir Institute of Psychiatry, Hyderabad as ‘National Heritage’ established in 1865 during the British Era.

The Advisory Committee of Sindh Culture Department, which met here Friday with Chief Secretary Syed Mumtaz Ali Shah in the chair, discussed the proposal thoroughly however the proposal was referred to Technical Committee.

 

Chief Secretary directed the Technical Committee to submit the proposal in next meeting of Advisory Committee with details of geographic, historic and cultural background and importance of this Institute. “After the approval of proposal by the Advisory Committee, it would be submitted to the provincial cabinet,” he said.

“This is an important agenda and must be presented with full preparation quoting the relevant rules,” he directed the Secretary, Culture Department.

The meeting also discussed allowing the renovation work at Homi Katrik Building, another historic structure.

Secretary Culture Akbar Laghari, Director General Antiquities Manzoor Kanasro, Hameed Haroon, Dr. Kaleemullah Lashari and other members of committee attended the meeting.

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