It hurts the policy of weaving discrimination in the fabric of India: Mamata

CALCUTE: prime minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday he said that the policy of weaving discrimination in the fabric of India causes him pain.

On the occasion of the Day of Zero Discrimination on March 1, he urged people to uproot all forms of divisions on the basis of caste, creed and religion of society.

His statement came the day the Minister of Interior of the Union Amit Shah held a pro-CAA rally in Calcutta.

Banerjee, also the supreme of the Trinamool Congress, has been accusing the BJP of trying to divide people into religious lines.

Today, in @UN #ZeroDiscriminationDay, it hurts to witness how discrimination policy is interwoven in the fabric of India. We promise to uproot from our society all forms of division based on caste, creed and religion, said the prime minister. tweeted

We will never endure discrimination of any kind, he added.

The 'Day of Zero Discrimination' is celebrated worldwide on March 1, to emphasize the right of everyone to live a full and productive life with dignity.