The Minister for Culture, Tourism and Antiquities Syed Sardar Shah has announced to introduce the first ever website for an archeological site Mohen Jo Daro on the eve of the upcoming International Conference on Mohen Jo Daro and Indus Valley Civilization.
The minister said this while presiding over the 13th meeting of the executive board of the National Fund for Mohen Jo Daro (NFM) held at the his office. The members of the NFM board ex-ambassador Abdul Razzaque Soomro, UNESCO representative Qazi Ayaz Mahesar, Secretary Culture Ghulam Akbar Laghari, Commissioner Larkana Abbas Baloch, Syed Shakir Shah and others attended the meeting.
Shah said that the website for the site as well as for the upcoming conference are almost completed and both will be launched on the first day of the conference which is going to be held from 9th to 11th February 2017 at Mohen jo Daro.
He further said that the NFM is the main body responsible for the protection, preservation, and promotion of the heritage site, and the culture, tourism and antiquities department is supporting it on each and every front. He added that Research and Resource Institute is also being established and its construction work would soon be completed. The institute will serve as the major resource center on the heritage site, accumulating diverse research done on this archeological site around the world.