NSA Ajit Doval Remark: At the All India Sufi Sajjadanshin Council Interfaith Conference in the capital Delhi, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval said that we are all in a ship.
In order to condemn the recent barbaric incidents and terrorist activities in the country including the Udaipur massacre, and to send a message of goodwill, the All India Sufi Sajjadanshin Council organized an interfaith conference in the capital Delhi today. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval also participated in this and he gave a strong message on this occasion. NSA Ajit Doval said that we are all in one ship, we will sink together and the fleet will also cross together. Ajit Doval said, “Believe in the mind of every Indian that he is safe here and if anyone comes to talk, everyone will stand up for him. We are all in a ship. We will sink together and the boat will sail together.
Some people are trying to create misunderstandings in our country: Doval
“Some people are trying to create misunderstandings in our country. Such forces have to be dealt with. Your responsibility is huge. We are fighting not for today but for our future generations. There are thousands of millions of people who believe in all of you. We cannot compromise on the unity and integrity of our country. How to increase this strength within a country that every Indian is safe. If the country suffers, we all will suffer.
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He further said that instead of remaining mute spectators, we have to strengthen our voice as well as work on the ground on our differences. We have to make every sect of India feel that we are one country together, we are proud of it. NSA Ajit Doval in Delhi said that some elements are trying to vitiate the atmosphere, which is hindering India’s progress. They are creating bitterness and conflict in the name of religion and ideology and this is affecting the whole country and this bitterness is spreading outside the country as well.
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There is a need to rein in fundamentalist organizations – Syed Nasruddin Chishti
Hazrat Syed Nasruddin Chishti, who was present here with him, said that when any incident happens, we condemn. It’s time to do something. Radical organizations need to be reined in and banned. Be it any radical organisation, they should be banned if there is evidence against them.
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