Convention on National Unity


Convention on National Unity

“The apocalypse in life is a result of the reliability that one keeps in his or her relationships. If one needs to pray to the Almighty, irrespective of the religion, one needs to adhere to relationships from a human perspective. Accordingly, if we are able to eradicate the bitterness in any relationship, we will achieve social harmony”, said Father Norbert Herman, President of the Sarv Dharm Maitri Sangh.

 
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Convention on National Unity

“The apocalypse in life is a result of the reliability that one keeps in his or her relationships. If one needs to pray to the Almighty, irrespective of the religion, one needs to adhere to relationships from a human perspective. Accordingly, if we are able to eradicate the bitterness in any relationship, we will achieve social harmony”, said Father Norbert Herman, President of the Sarv Dharm Maitri Sangh.

He was addressing an assembly on the topic “Role of Youth in building Communal and Social Harmony” on 25th January, the fourth day of the National Unity Camp, which was organized by the Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan.

This convention, which was presided over by Professor Vijaylakshmi Chauhan of Aishwarya College, was attended by many participants from various districts of India, under the aegis of the Sports and Youth Ministry of the Government of India.

In his speech, Father Norbert further said that India’s unity and secularism is a matter of great pride to the country and every citizen of India. In order to maintain this pride, it is mandatory for every young Indian to inculcate a feeling of nationalism in themselves and in those around them.

Professor R. N. Vyas, Research Professor, JRN University, in his message to the participants, also held that India is an example of unity and integrity and not power, however big, can rescind this image.

Social worker, Manohar Lal Sarupriya said that separatism can only be eradicated if literacy is propagated to the maximum. He also said that people need to come forward to face of fear, hunger as well as corruption. Whereas various token social movements are important for demands being heard, it is nevertheless important to protect public property as well.

Dr. Sujan Singh Chhabra, the representative of the Sikh community in Udaipur, in his message said that the development of a nation is dependent on the how soon a common man overcomes the obstacles set up by the social stigmas of communalism, racism and gender differences.

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