Jamshedpur, July 10: People of all religion have not forgotten the aroma of Indian culture and all have fragrance of an Indian soil.
People should keep that fragrance intact and spread love harmony and prepare a team of including people of all the religion which can take forward the religion, unity and society forward.
Not spoiling the ambience and maintain peace is core to brotherhood, said Kamal Akhtar, national vice-president of International Human Rights Association (IHRA) during Eid Milan programme at his residence in Telco Barinagar on Sunday.
Other dignitaries present at the event expressed their views saying one must not arrive at differences on small issues and should always maintain brotherhood.
Kamal Akhtar further said, people of several religion, caste, society and language live in Jharkhand along with whole of India. City residents should prepare a team which should take the society forward and help in development of the city.
On the occasion Usha Singh said, India celebrates number of festivals around the year and all have one thing in common, that is sweets, and it always remind us to speak sweetly and we should have good behavior. Religion teaches us humanness, love and harmony. We should not arrive on dispute on small issues as festivals teach us civilization and we should live together.
Guest on the occasion JMM district President Ramdas Soren, Zila Parishad vice chairman Rajkumar Singh, BJP leader Dinesh Kumar, Zila Parishad member Kishore Yadav and Sunita Shah, IHRA national general secretary Usha Singh, CDPO Sandhya Rani, Md. Yusuf, panchayat representatives and members of several social and political organizations were present.