LAHORE Punjab Governor Mohammad Latif Khosa has said that in a bid to serve special children, he pledges to help National Centre by giving it a piece of land on 99-year lease, says a press release. He made this announcement while addressing at the 30-year concluding ceremony of Special Education and Training Centre here on Friday. He graced the occasion as chief guest. Those who spoke at the event include founder of SETC Dr Khalida Tareen, Dr Pervez Hassan, Prof Dr IAK Tareen and Principal Zareena Farrukh. On this occasion, Governor Latif Khosa said that he always participate in different ceremonies but todays programme is unique and distinctive and he wishes to leave Governor House and serve special children as children are future of the country. It is necessary to give vocational training to special children for the sake of healthy society, he said adding that one can get the blessings of Almighty God by serving this community. Prof Dr Khalid Tareen while addressing said that she had a dream that each child of the country could get proper education. She revealed that SETE institution has started second shift as children strength have been increased manifold. She further said that students of SETC have obtained 90 medals including 10 gold from special Olympic Games. Later, Punjab Governor Latif Khosa distributed medals amongst winners and announced a grant of Rs one million for the institution.