STATE TIMES NEWS UDHAMPUR: Army organised a religious harmony tour for 21 local Religious Teachers (Maulvis, Pandits and Granthis) to Amritsar, Wagah Border, Delhi and Ajmer, from November 2 to 9, 2019, with an aim to spread the message of communal harmony, peace and stability in the area. An initiative, which was a first of its kind, helped in inculcating the spirit of national integration, brother-hood and patriotism amongst the local populace. During their visit to Amritsar, the Religious Teachers visited Golden Temple, Wagah – Attari Border, Jalianwala Bagh, Govindgarh Fort and Partition Museum. In the national capital, the participants visited India Gate, National War Memorial, Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, Connaught Place, Akshardham Temple, Humayun’s Tomb, Jama Masjid, Red Fort and Chandani Chowk. The tour further proceeded to Ajmer and visited Ajmer Sharif Dargah and Pushkar. The participants also got an opportunity to interact with the Chief of the Army Staff, where the participants were felicitated. The tour has sent out a significant message to the people of J&K regarding peaceful co-existence of vaious communites. The participants expressed their profound gratitude to the Chief of the Army Staff for giving them a patient hearing. The Religious Harmony Tour has been successful in disseminating the message of peace and harmony. The tour was flagged in on 09 November 2019 by General Officer Commanding, Counter Insurgency Force (Uniform), on its successful culmination. The religious teachers expressed their gratitude and appreciated the Army for the effort it had undertaken in promoting peace, stability and religious harmony amongst the people of J&K.
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