Seminar in Ranchi

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

August 6, 2022

Filomina Bhengra, Salima Ekka and SCN Basanti Lakra, vice provincial of Patna Province, attended a meeting at Social Development Centre (SDC) Ranchi, which was organized by Sajha Manch Jharkhand (SMJ), known as SAMJH in Hindi, a three-and-a-half-month old organization. This is comprised of the religious leaders of all the religions of the Capitol to promote peace and harmony in the State Jharkhand against the hatred spared all around.
The leaders from each religion spoke about the core values, which promote peace and goodwill for the humanity. The chief guest was Subhashini Ali, ex-member of Parliament, who spoke very well on the current situation of the country and awakened the participants to trust in the foundation of all religions that is love, peace and compassion and in the Constitution of India. She posed a few challenging questions before the audience and gave a few suggestions for solution.
The committee also passed a few proposals as a way forward to continue its work to bring unity among the people and promote peace and harmony in the Society. More than 300 people’s presence in the first meeting gives us a ray of hope and a sense of togetherness to face the challenges before us.

1 Comment

  1. Ann Palatty

    It sounds like an encouraging initiative by SDC. May peace and harmony prevail in Jharkhand and the whole of our country.

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