CM Sindh vows to extend efforts for preservation of Mohenjodaro

Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah on Thursday vowed to extend efforts for the preservation of the traditional metropolis of Mohenjodaro and different archaeological and historic websites throughout the province.
Addressing the inauguration ceremony of a global convention on Mohenjodaro, the CM mentioned that the federal government is making efforts to extend consciousness about Mohenjodaro and the historical past and tradition of the Indus Valley among the many youth and internationally.
He thanked Minister for Tradition Syed Sardar Ali Shah for his efforts to organise and host a global convention in Mohenjodaro after over forty years.
The Chief Minister Sindh additionally launched an internet site of the historic metropolis, which is the primary for any heritage web site within the nation.
Syed Sardar Ali Shah throughout his welcome deal with mentioned that it’s of utmost significance that efforts are made for the preservation of historic websites.
He mentioned that the federal government of Sindh will set up a cultural hall from Makli to Mohenjodaro. He hoped that this convention will probably be milestone for the preservation of the historical past and tradition of Sindh.
Unesco nation head Ms. Vibeke Jensen mentioned that Pakistan has positioned its full belief and accountability with Uneco for the preservation of heritage websites and different historic monuments.
She mentioned that the company had began a marketing campaign in Mohenjodaro since 1997 and has made efforts to protect the fundamental construction of the historic metropolis.
She mentioned that it’s essential to launch applications to extend consciousness and entice vacationers to the positioning. She additionally known as on students and consultants ought to conduct extra related credible analysis concerning the Mohenjodaro.
The three-day convention will probably be addressed by native and internationals students and, who will present priceless recommendations for the enhancements and preservation of town.
The 8000-year-old metropolis is the biggest of the Indus Valley Civilisation and one the oldest on this planet. It was found by British archaeologist Sir John Marshall in 1924.

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