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Bilawal wants 18 more sites in Pakistan to become World Heritage
 
 
 
Bilawal wants 18 more sites in Pakistan to become World Heritage

Karachi- Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Patron-In-Chief of Pakistan People’s Party has urged the World Heritage Committee of UNESCO to speed up work for declaring 18 more heritage sites in tentative list of Pakistan as World Heritage Sites to preserve the rich cultural and natural common heritage of humanity.
On the eve of World Heritage Day being observed by UNESCO on April 18, the PPP Patron-In-Chief pointed out that dry-core drilling has started early this month at the site of Mohenjo-daro to reveal the whole magnanimous city, which thrived 5000 years ago.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said he is personally monitoring the preservation of Mohenjo-Daro as preserving our heritage is a national duty of everyone who inherited this rich culture and ancient civilization. PPP Patron-In-Chief appreciated the UNESCO and its World Heritage Committee for their research and hard-work to protect and preserve the heritage sites as shared wealth of humankind.
It may be recalled that UNESCO Committee has so far declared six sites in Pakistan as World Heritage Sites. Earlier, Pakistan ratified the Convention Concerning the Protection of World Cultural and Natural Heritage in 1976 under the leadership of Prime Minister Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto paving the way of marking Moen Jo Daro, Taxila, Buddhist Ruins of Takht-i-Bahi and neighboring city remains at Sahr-i-Bahlol, Fort and Shalamar Gardens in Lahore, Historical Monuments at Makli, Thatta, and Rohtas Fort as World Heritage Sites on the globe.
Pakistan is maintaining another list of 18 more heritage sites to be considered and declared as World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO Committee.


 
 
 
 
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