President of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind Maulana Mahmood Madani condemned the event in Udaipur, calling those responsible “dealers of hatred” who are obstructing India’s advancement.
A “Sadbhavna Sammelan” was organised by Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind, religious authorities, and social workers with the goal of eradicating prejudice and promoting brotherhood so that people of all religions unite in opposition to hatred and propagate love.
During the seminar, Madani stated, “A Vishwaguru is emerging in India (world leader). Hate dealers are those who are attempting to take this right away from India. The goal of Islam is to preach love, not enmity.”
Madani urged everyone to act with mutual respect and kindness in order to improve the nation’s worsening communal climate. He pleaded for the nation as a whole to foster a more humane culture.
He expressed further sympathy for the elimination of social and religious prejudice. He asked everyone to refrain from disparaging any religion or its leaders in favour of working together to find solutions and provide aid to those in need.
Additionally, Madani stated that “Sadbhavna Sammelan” gatherings and collaborative discussions will be held across to address the nation’s deteriorating mood.
He asserted that the consequences of the current situation in the country will fall on the country as a whole, not on any single faith.
“We are making efforts to alter the climate being produced in the nation, and as part of that effort, a goodwill conference has been organised by inviting representatives from all major religions and social workers. In the event that things stay as they are, the country will suffer more than any particular group “Ad Madani.
These days, communalism and hostility are at their height, which puts India’s common culture and ideals in jeopardy. According to him, this is another barrier to the nation’s sustained growth.
He said, “Under these conditions, we think that religious leaders and social workers may play a significant role in disseminating accurate information and preventing prejudice and bigotry”.