Arunachal: BJMM organises Sarva Dharam Sammellan at Roing
BJP Minority Morcha (MM ) on Wednesday organised a ” Sarva Dharam Sammellan ” of Lower Dibang Valley to cut out the use of religion to bring religious difference in the state here at the district multipurpose hall in Roing.
Advisor to the CM Sotai Kri in his speech said that, the main objective of organizing SDS is to eradicate the religious differences among the people. Religion and tradition is two different side of a same coin, which should walk side by side together, he said.
He advised the different community of the district not to make any individual issue communal. If a person from any community does mistake, that particular person should be held responsibility besides blaming the whole community, Sotai added.
Arunachal Pradesh has many different tribes and own beliefs, faith and religion whose key concern should be of developing the society in terms of education, health, cleanliness and brotherhood.
Advising the MM workers he said that, if MM works well in district, BLC, Booth Level and Mandal level automatically the party will gain its objective to bring all the people in one group. “As a party worker one should be well organized to execute any work and approach to the people to get a positive result, he added.”
State MM president Loku Sono said every individual has his own choice to believe and follow any religion. BJP was never against any particular religion since the party inception.
Few vested group and opposition leaders for their personal benefit are many a times bringing the issues of religion to create misunderstanding and vote. As an intellectual and educated youth of the district one should not be framed easily by those manipulators, Sono said.
Nagaland state president for MM Mukibur Rahman speaking on secularism, communal peace and harmony stated that, sense of being secular is within every individual of the state and country as a whole.
One should also know that the word secularism came after many years of independence after Dr. BR Ambedkar constituted the word in the constitution. Those were the days when a Hindu king built many Mosques and they lived in harmony.
Today few groups just make their personal benefit they use the word secular in different prospective to create differences. We lived in harmony before and should live in future, as our country is a democratic country every person has right to believe in any religion.
“Following and believing on any religion in democratic country also puts responsibility to every individual to thrive for the betterment of society and the country, Rahman added.”
Former MLA of Roing Laeta Umbrey, state vice president Kishan Morcha Dature Miuli, Parliamentary Secretary WRD Gum along with the local of the district in hundreds was present on the day.