By launching the 1973 Constitution in Braille, PTI MNA Asiya Azeem made a huge contribution to the cause of accessibility for those with visual impairments.
The Braille version was created by the Directorate General of Special Education to ensure that people with visual impairments may access and comprehend the Constitution.
Special kids showcased their skills and talents by competing in declamation, art, and painting competitions at the inaugural ceremony. Asiya Azeem gave out awards to the winners as part of the festivities.
Asiya Azeem underscored the Constitution’s guarantee of equal rights for all citizens, emphasising the Parliament’s commitment to ensuring that these provisions are utilised by all residents.
Asiya Azeem, who praised the Directorate General of Special Education for organising a good programme, gave the occasion excellent marks.
The celebration of the Constitution’s Golden Jubilee, which is being observed across the nation, was the occasion for the event.
It is wonderful that the Directorate General of Special Education is working to promote accessibility for those with visual impairments; these efforts will definitely improve the lives of many residents.