Rana for preserving secular ethos, democratic spirit

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Jammu, Aug 15: Describing secular character and democratic foundations as biggest strength of India, Provincial President National Conference Devender Singh Rana underscored the crucial need for amity and harmony between various segments of society.
Rana reiterated the commitment of National Conference to strengthen bonds of brotherhood and restoration of lasting peace in the State.
He greeted the people on the auspicious occasion and hoped that they will strive for further forging the bonds of love and amity as per the glorious traditions of the state. He also cautioned the people against those creating wedge between various segments of society in the name of region, religion or caste, saying such elements were harming the larger national interest for their myopic political gains. He asserted that National Conference will foil the nefarious designs of these forces and exhorted people to fight peace inimical elements with their might.
Those present on the occasion included former minister Ajay Kumar Sadhotra, Rattan Lal Gupta State Secretary, former legislators Th. Kashmira Sing, Sheikh Bashir Ahmed, Vijay Bakaya, Babu Rampaul, Haji Mohd Hussain, Dr. Chaman Lal , Bimla Luthra besides Vijay Laxami Dutta, Satwant Kour Dogra, Mohd Ayub Malik, Jugal Mahajan, Dharamveer Singh Jamwal, Chander Mohan Sharma, S. S Bunty, Pardeep Bali, Daljeet Sharma, Vijay Lochan, Abdul Gani Teli, Waris Gill, Rashida Begum, Nar Singh, Sanjay Gupta, S. Sucha Singh, Sushil, S. Gurnam Singh, Rakesh Singh Raka, Rohit Kerni, Veena Oberia, Reeta Gupta, Som Raj Taroch, Pinki Bhat, Kuldeep Gai, Farooq Mughal and others
Later, the Provincial President flagged of a motorcycle rally from Jammu to Suchetgarh Border, organized by Biker Brotherhood Motorcycle Club India. The bikers spent the day with BSF jawans. The rally was led by Jugraj Singh, founder and President, Biker Brotherhood Motorcycle Club, comprising 35 bikers. The exchanged sweets and spread the message of peace, progress and communal harmony in the region.