Nuh: The Nagina Sarva Samaj Aman Committee meeting was held at Haji Jan Mohammad Contractor’s residence, attended by representatives of the Chief Executive. dr Prem Chand chaired the meeting. At the meeting, it was unanimously decided that a campaign to strengthen brotherhood should be launched in the villages next week. Once peace is restored, the Muslim society will make a proposal to hold a procession in front of the Hindu society. The Sarva Samaj Aman Committee will compensate the shopkeepers for the losses caused by the violence at Badkali Chowk in Nagina. On Saturday, together with the government administration, the distribution of Rhedis and other items for the poor will take place.
Birbal Bhardwaj, a member of Block Panchayat Samiti, said that in view of the security of the G-20 summit, the government made a good decision not to allow the procession. No one should object to this, because above all, mutual brotherhood and respect for foreign guests are necessary. Religious pilgrimages passed peacefully in Nuh district. There were never any riots. Our Brotherhood is not so weak that a few mischievous humans could destroy it. Sarpanch Mushtaq Khan from Maroda village, Sarpanch Aziz Hussain from Jalalpur Firozpur, social worker Mohammad Khalid Madhi and Haji Jan contractor Mohammad Aeterna said that the Aman committee will soon compensate for the loss of Badkali Chowk. When the procession passes, they are greeted grandly with garlands of flowers. The district administration has decided not to grant permission for security reasons, and in doing so wants to send a good message to the presidents coming to the summit. Social worker Rajuddin and Maulvi Farooq Khan said once peace is restored the Muslim community will propose to the Hindu community to hold a procession. The 84th Kos Braj Parikrama, Kavad Yatra also started peacefully from here. Processions also take place every year, this has never happened before. The Sarva Samaj Aman Committee Nagina is committed to strengthening the message of brotherhood.
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