Minority outfit’s call for communal harmony

August 30, 2016 by  
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Dhanbad, August 29, 2016: Jamaat-e-Islami Hind has identified localities with a mixed Hindu-Muslim population in the district where they will work to create unity through religious harmony.

The organisation will constitute committees called Sadbhavana Munch in different areas irrespective of caste, religion and language. These committees will hold meetings once every month or fortnight and discuss various matters including communal harmony.

Khwaja Arifuddin, a national committee member, said on Sunday coloured rumours should be avoided as it leads to conflict. “We started the drive on August 21. We expect to meet our target of establishing these committees by September 4,” said Arifuddin.

Several programmes have been planned as a part of campaign, including street plays and symposiums, The Times of India reported.

Areas like Horladih, Govindpur, Baliapur, Sindri, Kumardubi, Panchet, Bhuli, Wasseypur and Purana Bazar have been identified as part of the campaign. “Symposiums will be organised in schools and colleges to spread the message of communal harmony,” Arifuddin.

– matters india

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