National unity will be strengthened only by communal harmony: Vice Chancellor

Prayagraj, 25 November (Hindustan Times). Under the Quami Ekta Week, a Quami Ekta Rally was organized at Uttar Pradesh Rajarshi Tandon Open University, Prayagraj on Friday. Which was inaugurated by Vice Chancellor Professor Seema Singh. He said that the Quami Ekta Week serves to bring together different castes, religions and sects. The identity of being […]
 


National unity will be strengthened only by communal harmony: Vice Chancellor

Prayagraj, 25 November (Hindustan Times). Under the Quami Ekta Week, a Quami Ekta Rally was organized at Uttar Pradesh Rajarshi Tandon Open University, Prayagraj on Friday. Which was inaugurated by Vice Chancellor Professor Seema Singh. He said that the Quami Ekta Week serves to bring together different castes, religions and sects. The identity of being an Indian is imbued with the spirit of patriotism and nationalism.

Under the auspices of the Humanities Education Branch, the Quami Ekta rally ended at the Ganga campus of the university located at Shantipuram, proclaiming national unity.

Vice-Chancellor Prof. Seema Singh said that all the citizens of the country should live with unity and promote national unity, so that together we can develop the country. It is said that there is great power in unity. The goal can be achieved through unity in every field. We can pave the way for development only by tying the country in the thread of unity. He said that our country is full of diversities. We should continuously work towards strengthening the spirit of national integration and promoting communal harmony.

The Vice Chancellor said that today we should take an oath that we will continue to work towards the upliftment of the weaker sections, cultural unity, respect for women, linguistic harmony, national unity, environmental protection and communal harmony.

Earlier, on the occasion of the Quami Ekta Rally, Professor Satyapal Tiwari, Director, Humanities Education Branch, welcomed the Vice Chancellor. University teachers, employees and students participated in the rally.