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GUWAHATI, March 7 - To unite people for the cause of humanity, inculcate universal brotherhood and build public opinion against terrorism, the Anubrata Mahasamity organised a programme on �Humanity and national integration� in Guwahati on Sunday.

Speaking on the occasion, social activist Dibyajyoti Saikia said that terrorism has become a threat to the existence of the entire world, with many outfits carrying out subversive activities, killing people and destroying peace.

�In the name of revolution, religion, caste and creed, etc., a section of people are misleading others, spreading hatred instilling fear in society. The biggest weapon to fight this nefarious agenda is the feeling of oneness among people, irrespective of caste, community and religion,� Saikia said.

Jitendra Nath Pradhani, president of Assam Satra Mahasabha, said that though all the religions of the world preach peace and brotherhood, it is unfortunate that religion is used as a tool for spreading terror. He further added that terrorism not just pollutes society, it adversely affects its growth and the progress of the nation as well.

The meeting was presided over by Saroj Sethiya.

Retired bureaucrat Dr Rohini Kumar Barua, Rajkumar Tiwari, Ramesh Jain among others also spoke on the occasion. The issue of threat to the Hindi-speaking people by KLO, PDCK and NLFT was also raised in the meeting.

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Programme on nat�l integration

GUWAHATI, March 7 - To unite people for the cause of humanity, inculcate universal brotherhood and build public opinion against terrorism, the Anubrata Mahasamity organised a programme on �Humanity and national integration� in Guwahati on Sunday.

Speaking on the occasion, social activist Dibyajyoti Saikia said that terrorism has become a threat to the existence of the entire world, with many outfits carrying out subversive activities, killing people and destroying peace.

�In the name of revolution, religion, caste and creed, etc., a section of people are misleading others, spreading hatred instilling fear in society. The biggest weapon to fight this nefarious agenda is the feeling of oneness among people, irrespective of caste, community and religion,� Saikia said.

Jitendra Nath Pradhani, president of Assam Satra Mahasabha, said that though all the religions of the world preach peace and brotherhood, it is unfortunate that religion is used as a tool for spreading terror. He further added that terrorism not just pollutes society, it adversely affects its growth and the progress of the nation as well.

The meeting was presided over by Saroj Sethiya.

Retired bureaucrat Dr Rohini Kumar Barua, Rajkumar Tiwari, Ramesh Jain among others also spoke on the occasion. The issue of threat to the Hindi-speaking people by KLO, PDCK and NLFT was also raised in the meeting.