The victim’s cousin said, “If a Muslim killed my brother, another saved my nephew’s life. We condemn this communalisation and don’t want anything to happen to the Muslims in Basai. When we tried to pacify the angry crowd, they told us to get lost.”
Rajouri, Feb 17 (ANI): The Army's Ace of Spade division organised an all religion seminar in Jammu and Kashmir to maintain communal harmony in the state. Army officers, police officers and students took part in the seminar that was held at Raina auditorium in Rajouri. General Officer Commanding (GOC) Major General D.A. Chaturvedi said the main objective of the seminar was to make everyone understand that we can develop through social, religion and economic harmony. Clerics from different religions took part in the seminar and shared their views on communal harmony.
Uttar Pradesh, Jan 13 (ANI): large number of devotees from different communities gathered at Uttar Pradesh’s Hardoi district to celebrate the annual Urs of Chote Bade Sarkar. People from different parts of the country pay respect to the saints and seek thier blessing. Devotees from different religions together hold the sacred cloth to pay respects to the Sufi Saint. The reflection of unity and brotherhood was also seen among the children, gathered at the Shrine for yearly celebration. People offered silent prayers to get the spiritual peace. Later, religious Qawalli in the memory of the Saint was also offered to mark the occasion. India is a land of diverse religions where people have been living in peace from time immemorial. This portrays a picture of communal harmony, which is the true essence of India.