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Posted at: May 8, 2018, 1:55 AM; last updated: May 8, 2018, 1:55 AM (IST)

Communal harmony panacea for all problems: Valmiki Samaj leaders

Communal harmony panacea for all problems: Valmiki Samaj leaders
Bhartiya Valmiki Dharam Samaj leaders Vijay Danav and Yashpal Chaudhary being felicitated at Ahmedgarh. Tribune photo

Our Correspondent

Mandi Ahmedgarh, May 7

Vijay Danav and Councillor Yashpal Chaudhary, chief conveners of the National Bhartiya Valmiki Dharam Samaj, have called upon the leaders of various social, religious and political organisations to stand united against anti-national forces which are bent upon disrupting the hard-earned peace and communal harmony of the state.

The leaders were addressing office-bearers and activists of various organisations during an event at Bajrang Akhara here on Sunday.

Ahmedgarh Vidya Parcharak Sabha leader Ravinder Puri presided over the function and the Municipal Council president was the chief guest. Terming communal harmony as panacea for all present-day problems, Vijay Danav regretted that people with vested interests had been exploiting sentiments of members of various communities and the tendency had resulted in huge losses due to frequent agitations and bandhs during the past few years.

Danav and Chaudhary maintained that no religion advocated violence, disrespect to women and atrocities against the poor and the downtrodden.

Municipal Council President Suraaj Mohammad, Ahmedgarh Vidya Parcharak Sabha manager Kedar Nath Kapila, Social Welfare Organisation president Sunit Hind, Rice Millers’ Association general secretary Manoj Kumar were among those present.

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