The Indian Overseas Congress (IOC, USA) strongly condemns the attack on the two monks in Palghar – Maharashtra. “The violence of all forms ought to be condemned, and these vile attacks on the monks are reprehensible,” said Mohinder Singh Gilzian, President of the Indian Overseas Congress, USA. “it is a sad commentary that during the height of this coronavirus pandemic, we are unable to come together as one nation to fight this invisible enemy but rather coloring every incident through the communal angle,” said George Abraham, vice-chairman of the IOC, USA. “It is incumbent upon the law enforcement officials to conduct an impartial inquiry into these attacks and bring out the truth for the sake of peace and harmony within the community and mete out justice for the deceased,” Mr. Abraham added.
“The IOC, USA, has always condemned all acts of violence and actions that have undermined the peace and harmony for the people of India and it is time that we take lessons from our great leaders from the past like Mahama Gandhi who has inspired us with messages of non-violence, tolerance, and hope,” said Rajender Dichpally, General Secretary of the IOC, USA.
The IOC USA has urged the government of Maharashtra to bring the culprits of this heinous attack and murder of the monks to justice and ensure that there is no communal hatred being spread by unruly elements due to this incident while appealing for peace and calm in the region. We hope that the authorities will bring the culprits to justice and maintain law and order in the state.
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