Call to Action Against Terrorism and Extreminism in Ajmer Peace Conference

Ajmer Peace conference concluded with volatile discussion on peace interfaith dialogue, Religion, Spiritual and call to action against terrorism and extremism in the world. President Global Peace Mission Gulsha Begum said that there is more to it than what meets the eye. Nobody wants to solve the terrorism problem. There is a vested interest in this for political parties. The conference was organized by Divine Abode Foundation and National Human rights council for women Rajasthan.

President Global Peace Mission Gulsha Begum said that the people - have a collective responsibility in the society we are living in. This responsibility is our DHARMA. however, we must make an effort to properly understand the many factors that drive terrorism and extremism of all kinds in the modern world. Otherwise, we run the risk of never being able to properly address and eradicate this plague. There is no option but to understand this if we are serious about building a better future, one which confronts and ends this serious situation that threatens people in all parts of the globe. Ragini Chaturvedi President National Human Rights Council of India for Women ( Raj ) said Terrorist groups use religion as a cloak to cover up for their cowardly acts of violence. Their ideological fallacy reveal their hidden logic and ill-informed and unauthentic sources, which they turn to in order to justify their insatiable desire for power, control and bloodshed. These ideologies of hate and terror must be challenged and expunged. Komal Singh Journalist and Media Person at Zee Media & Zee Salam, Jammu & Kashmir said peace is most needed in Kashmir and it is important for us at this time of great sadness to stand together and process this horrific incident hovering on the people of Kashmir in a way that is fair and just. It is important that to eradicate terrorism from Kashmir is the need of the immediate scenario which cannot be solved with out action from the people of India and Kashmir. Dr Brijesh Mathur said through global education we can build bridges across all divides in today's ever changing times and events that have consistently changed our views, relationships, and affiliations along the lines of race, culture, and religion. Today values are eroding fast. There is a total decadence in social and moral value. In today's cut throat competition even the parents instruct their children that they should top in the class. The criteria for promotion in schools are marks in sciences and social sciences, but not moral science. But childhood is a very impressionable age. The mind is like soft wax, so whatever one is taught at a tender age it leaves a deep impression. Therefore Moral science must be made a compulsory in school curriculum said Nisha Shekawat Vice President Rotary Club. Dr Ananth Bhatnagar Principal of VSPS College spoke of all evil in society which is the root of all problem in the world since the religion is been distorted to suit each ones ideology. Dr Ravi Bhatnagar emphasized that most extremist are products of troubled environments and have distorted and misguided interpretations of Religion that have no basis in traditional doctrine. Their aim is to create havoc and chaos in the world. Dr Rakesh Sharma Editor Chief Indoria Samachar said so called violence in other scriptures have a suitable interpretation, though the meanings may have been distorted over time. The scriptures in their true form were revealed to humanity for spiritual elevation of mankind. Col Dr Rakesh Sharma Director Shivalik Group of Institutes said we are witnessing a phenomenon in religions where people without a sound foundation in religious learning attempt to represent themselves as religious authorities, even though they are lacking scholarly qualifications for making valid interpretations of religious law and ethics. It is this unruly attitude that paves the way for extremist interpretations of Religion that are not based in reality.Bakshish Singh Sufi Author & Researcher Vikram Singh participated. The speakers were honored with momentos and certificates after the lighting of the lamp.Shailesh Garg Atul Agarwal and Anil Khandelwal were felicitated for their initiatives as team members for Global Peace Mission. The conference was concluded with national anthem.


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