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The Delhi School of Social Work Organizes An event on Gandhian Doctrine & Contemporary Issues

The Delhi School of Social Work Organizes An event on Gandhian Doctrine & Contemporary Issues
(left to right) Ex-Rajya Sabha MP Mohammed Adeeb, V.K. Tripathi of Sadbhav Mission and Advocate Fuzail Ahmad Ayyubi

The DSSW along with Sadbhav Mission organised an enlightening and insightful session on “Gandhian Doctrine and Contemporary Issues” on Sunday, February 17 in the Lecture Hall of the Department of Social Work, Delhi University. The event was graced by Shri. Mohammed Adeeb, Ex-Rajya Sabha MP.

The event started with Professor Sanjai Bhatt, from the Delhi Social of Social Work addressing the guests, professors, students and peers present in the audience, touching on themes like small scale industry, culture, state, society and non-violence which set the tone of the program. Next, V.K Tripathi, from the Sadbhav Mission addressed the audience and talked of Gandhian non-violence, Gandhian Economics, and humanitarianism.

A lecture was then delivered by Pratap Chandra Behera, Assistant Professor, DSSW who organised the entire event in collaboration with Sadbhav Mission. Advocate Fuzail Ahmad Ayyubi then spoke on the issue of citizenship and the Assam NRC.  The scholar and student activist, youth leader Meeran Haider, president of Youth Rashtriya Janata Dal from Jamia Millia Islamia was also present at the event as a Speaker.

The session welcomed new perspectives as well as food for thought. It came to an end with a question and answer session on the plight of farmers, which allowed people to come up with pragmatic solutions on how farmers can be given relief from issues such as debt trap.

Ideas evolve through debate and dissent, they are like tributaries and distributaries which is why they should be allowed to flow freely. The only things that travel faster than ideas are light and time. Ideas diffuse, they rise independently, they travel, humans can only be carriers of ideas and no political border, no geographical boundary and definitely, no wall can stop them from spreading.

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