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Cycle yatra for peace and harmony

By Correspondent

KOKRAJHAR, April 30 � The Sarva Seve Sangha (All India Sarvodaya Mandal) in association with the Gandhi Peace Foundation is going to organise a Shanti Sadbhavana Cycle Yatra for peace and harmony from May 2 to May 14. This was informed by Chandan Pal, secretary, Sarva Seve Sangha (All India Sarvodaya Mandal) here today.

Pal told mediapersons that the main aim of the cycle yatra was to spread the message of peace, amity, brotherhood, communal harmony among the youth, students, women, intellectuals, farmers, labourers, all communities and political parties of lower Assam.

The chairperson of Gandhi Peace Foundation, Radha Bhatt will also join the cycle yatra which will start from the BTC Secretariat field on May 2 morning and would touch Kokrajhar, Chirang, Baska, Nalbari, Barpeta, Goalpara, Bongaigaon and Dhubri districts of lower Assam, he said.

�The society cannot survive on the barrel of guns and bringing back peace and understanding among the people living in this region was the need of the hour,� he said.

He also appealed for support and cooperation from the local public for the success of the programme.

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Cycle yatra for peace and harmony

KOKRAJHAR, April 30 � The Sarva Seve Sangha (All India Sarvodaya Mandal) in association with the Gandhi Peace Foundation is going to organise a Shanti Sadbhavana Cycle Yatra for peace and harmony from May 2 to May 14. This was informed by Chandan Pal, secretary, Sarva Seve Sangha (All India Sarvodaya Mandal) here today.

Pal told mediapersons that the main aim of the cycle yatra was to spread the message of peace, amity, brotherhood, communal harmony among the youth, students, women, intellectuals, farmers, labourers, all communities and political parties of lower Assam.

The chairperson of Gandhi Peace Foundation, Radha Bhatt will also join the cycle yatra which will start from the BTC Secretariat field on May 2 morning and would touch Kokrajhar, Chirang, Baska, Nalbari, Barpeta, Goalpara, Bongaigaon and Dhubri districts of lower Assam, he said.

�The society cannot survive on the barrel of guns and bringing back peace and understanding among the people living in this region was the need of the hour,� he said.

He also appealed for support and cooperation from the local public for the success of the programme.

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— Dalai Lama(THIS IS STATIC)