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With PM listening, Gehlot says ‘need peace, brotherhood as there’s environment of violence’

With PM listening, Gehlot says ‘need peace, brotherhood as there’s environment of violence’

With PM listening, Gehlot says ‘need peace, brotherhood as there’s environment of violence’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi listened as the Chief Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Gehlot said on Thursday that peace and brotherhood were the most urgent needs of the day in a country that is rife with violence.

His remark was made at the national launch ceremony of ‘Azadi Ke Amrit Mahotsav se Swarnim Bharat Ke Ore’, where the Prime Minister flagged off seven initiatives of Brahma Kumaris.

PM Narendra Modi addresses a programme organised by Brahma Kumaris as part of national launch ceremony of ‘Azadi Ke Amrit Mahotsav se Swarnim Bharat Ke Ore’. (PTI Photo)

PM Modi expressed regret at the tendency to degrade India’s image, even at international levels, in his address. This is not politics. This is not political, it is the question of our nation. Today, when we are celebrating the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, it is also our responsibility that the world should know India properly,” PM Modi said.

Addressing PM Modi, Gehlot said, “Your message will reach the corners of the country through 4,000 centres.”

Aur usi hisab se jo hum chahte hain desh mein shanti, sadbhav, bhaichara utpann ho mazboot ho jiski aaj sabse badi avashyakta bhi hai kyunki thora dekhne mein aa raha hai tanaav ka mahaul hai desh ke andar, hinsa ka mahaul hai, ussey chhutkara miley ye aapki hum sab ki iccha rehti hai. (We want peace, harmony, and brotherhood. It is becoming increasingly apparent that the country is rife with violence and tension. You and all of us want to get rid of it),” Gehlot said.

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“I believe we can progress a society and a nation only by taking the road to truth and non-violence. Where there’s peace, there’s development,” Gehlot added.

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