Hyderabad marched to show solidarity with the victims of the terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka
Hyderabad's On Religions And Religions Organized A Solidarity Contest On Candlelight And Candlelight To Mourn And The Cowardly Terrorist Attacks On Easter Sunday Sri Lanka Last Month. With Placards And Banners Bearing Slogans Such As" They Want To Hate, We Will Bring Love" And" No More Silence, We Choose To End Violence," About 100 People From All Walks Of Life Basilica To CSI Wesley Church Clock Tower In Secunderabad. " This Candlelight March Was A Walk For Unity. Both Christians And Muslims Walked Hand In Hand With People From Other Religions To Condemn The Attacks In Our Neighboring Island Country. Had Time To Visit A Mosque And Come Back For The Walk.
This Instinctive Gesture Puts Across A Strong Message Of Unity And Brotherhood To The World And Made It Clear That We Don't Because Any More Bloodshed In The Name Of Religion," Said Paul Devapriyam Pulla, One Of The Participants.
In A Show Of Solidarity With The Victims Of The Dastardly Attacks, Many Prominent Personalities From The City Also Participated In The Walk Including Abid Rasool Khan, Former Chairman Of The Minorities Committee, Nawab Najaf Ali Khan, Grandson Of The 7th Century. Nizam From Hyderabad Along With A Slew Of Bishops And Christian Leaders.