Love spreads peace, unity, and harmony. And this is what the Mobile Sadbhavna Kendra is promoting. This is an applaudable initiative by the ‘Khudai Khidmatgar’ is a light of hope in times of growing hatred and communal violence.
The vans with spread messages of love and peace in the outskirts of Delhi, and rural areas of Rajasthan, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. The ‘Khudai Khidmatgar’ teams are made up of students, farmers, activists, and other professionals to interact with the common people.
India needs more initiatives like this to keep the country from boiling over. In January this year, Bishop Mascarenhas said: “many ministers and officials were working to create a healthy situation.” He stressed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s slogan, ‘collective efforts, inclusive growth’ and highlighted his statement of working for all Indians.
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Moreover, the Indian Constitution emphasizes fraternity, brotherhood. In his last speech in the Constituent Assembly on adoption of the Indian Constitution on November 25, 1949, Dr. Ambedkar said, “What does fraternity mean? Fraternity means a sense of common brotherhood of all Indians, of Indians being one people. It is the principle which gives unity and solidarity to social life. It is a difficult thing to achieve…how difficult it is for Indians to think that they are a nation. I remember the days when politically-minded Indians, resented the expression ‘the people of India’. They preferred the expression ‘the Indian nation’. I am of opinion that in believing that we are a nation, we are cherishing a great delusion…for fraternity can be a fact only when there is a nation. Without fraternity, equality and liberty will be no deeper than coats of paint.”
Hatred and violence divide the nation. India should overcome this and become a nation in reality. For this, every individual Indian, irrespective of caste and faith, need to work together.