New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will on Thursday join ‘The Walk of Hope’, an ongoing Kanyakumari-to-Kashmir ‘padayatra’ by social reformer Sri M.
The cross-country walk with 70 volunteers reached the national capital earlier in the day after covering 3,900 km.
“Our hope is to erase disparities arising from a misunderstanding of our diverse culture and religions, thus uniting India through a spiritual approach,” Sri M told the media.
During his three-day stay in Delhi, Sri M with other volunteers will also meet President Pranab Mukherjee.
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Sri M condemned the anti-national slogans raised at the JNU campus, apparently by some students, but also criticized the government’s response.
“Those who raised anti-India slogans were wrong but the government should have dealt with them cautiously. The government should start a dialogue with the students to end the stalemate,” he said.