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India needs unity in diversity: NCP Chief Sharad Pawar

Mumbai, India Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar has called for a collective effort to put an end to hatred in India. Speaking at an event in Mumbai on Friday, Pawar emphasised the need for unity in diversity and urged people to work together to promote peace and harmony.

“India is a country of diverse cultures, languages, and religions.” “It is our duty to ensure that we respect each other’s beliefs and work towards building a society that is inclusive and tolerant,” Pawar said.

He added that hatred and intolerance have no place in a civilised society and called for a united effort to eradicate such sentiments from the country.

Pawar’s comments come at a time when India is grappling with communal tensions and incidents of hate crimes. There have been reports of mob violence, lynchings, and targeted attacks against religious minorities in different parts of the country.

The NCP Chief further stressed the importance of dialogue and engagement as tools to resolve conflicts and build bridges between communities.

“Dialogue is the only way to address differences and conflicts.” “It is important to engage in meaningful conversations to promote understanding and tolerance among different communities,” he said.

Pawar’s call for unity and cooperation has been widely welcomed by leaders from across the political spectrum. His message of inclusivity and tolerance resonates with many who believe in a pluralistic and diverse India.

The NCP chief has been a vocal advocate for secularism and has consistently spoken out against communalism and religious bigotry. His call to end hatred is a timely reminder of the need to promote harmony and unity in a society that is increasingly divided along communal lines.

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