2-day Int. Conference on Makli site to be held on Jan 13
BY, Nazir Siyal
KARACHI/MAKLI, JAN 12 (DNA) – Sindh government authorities have declared that Rs 50 million expenditures will be occurred on two days “1st International Conference on Makli” at historical graveyard site of Makli Thatta distinct on 13 and 14th January 2018.
Talking to DNA, Planning and development head of concern department government of Sindh has stated that there is no rumors of over expenditures Rs 500 million on two day International Conference in Thatta, we are trying to preserve, protect and promote the heritage sites in Sindh, so that ADP budget is already focused on different development work at various locations.
Sindh Minister Culture, Tourism and Antiquities Syed Sardar Ali Shah had announced 2-day international conference likewise International Conference on Mohen Jo Daro last year. Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah will be the chief guest to inaugurate two days conference will be attended by different world archaeologists, experts, scholars across the globe and present their articles on the occasion on Saturday told officials.
According to provincial Minsiter Sindh government have taken the measures of development work and completed survey of momentous research work and landscape informations to provide a unique opportunity to witness the success stories and experts, researchers from across the regions.
Asia’s monumental Makli graveyard under UNESCO’s World Heritage List (WHL) is still facing threats of removal from the said list, if the measures were not taken by Sindh Government accordingly.
On the other-hand reliable sources claimed that there are hundreds of of millions have been utilized by the Culture, Tourism and Antiquities department government of Sindh.=DNA
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