Yamunangar : The painful spell of arson and violent incidents that the peaceful state of Haryana witnessed last month had left a deep scar the psyche of common Haryanavi. It has also inflicted a big dent on the public image of the state outside Haryana. Healing of these wounds would take long time and concerted efforts on the part of all sections of society. Senior RSS leader Shri krishan Singhal said this while addressing a Samajik Samrasta Sammelan organised by Samajik Samrasta Manch, a forum working to restore social harmony in the aftermath of recent reservation agitation in the state. Yamuna Nagar District Bar Association president Gurmeet Singh was chief guest in this seminar which was attended by Chief Parliamentary Secretary Shyam Singh Rana and Yamunanagar MLA Ghanshyam Das Arora. Veteran social worker OP Manchanda presided over the event.
Singhal termed the recent happenings in the state as unfortunate and called upon all sections of society to join hands and preserve the centuries old tradition of brotherhood that existed on the holy land where Bhagwat Gita was born. He said despite wide diversity in food,life style and even the way we dress ourselves, the feeling of Indianness unites us since times immemorial.
Advocate Gumeet Singh said he comes from the community which was fighting for reservation but those who tore apart the traditional brotherhood in the state cannot be termed as real representatives of that community. He said those responsible for the unfortunate incidents that took place during the said agitation were actually anti-social elements.
Advocates Ajay Shakti, Atul Tyagi and Surendra Kumar Shajadpur also spoke on the occasion and called upon the youths to work for restoration of social fabric under guidance of the elders of the society.
Other dignitaries present in the seminar included BJP Women Cell National Vice President Rosy Malik Anand, YamunanagarSanghchalak Man Singh Arya, JagadhariSanghchalakMukesh Garg, BJP leader Madan Lal Chauhan, Surender Sharma and Nitin Kapoor.