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Army organises Quami Ekta Meet at Goha, Doda

DODA: With the aim to promote peace and harmony in the region, the Indian Army organised ‘Qaumi Ekta Meet’ at Goha in Doda District on Wednesday.

Local panchayat members, religious leaders and eminent personalities from the area participated in the event, which saw positive exchange of opinions and ideas amongst the participants aimed towards inculcating spirit of religious harmony and strengthening bond amongst communities.

This Nation consists of people from diverse cultures, religions, traditions and ethnicity, all co-existing within one entity. Quami Ekta act as a binder for National Integration to keep these diversities together. The scope of this meeting was to include analysis of the communal and ethnic milieu existing in the region and the role of various pillars of society in promoting everlasting brotherhood, National Integration and Communal Harmony, said an Army official.

Giving details, he informed that as many as 35 persons from both Hindu and Muslim communities attended the meeting, along with Munshi Ram, Sarpanch of Goha Panchayat.

Speaking on the occasion, Munshi Ram thanked all the public of Goha, who whole heartedly participated and expressed their thoughts on spreading the message of peace, harmony and brotherhood in the region.

He also thanked the Army for organising the event and stated that such constructive efforts by the Army will go a long way in promoting brotherhood and communal harmony in the area.

 

 

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