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State ABSQES branch instituted
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR:
Published on 10 Mar. 2009 11:45 PM IST
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Akhil Bhartiya SarvDharm Qaumi Ekta Samiti (ABSQES), founded in 1978 by former Prime Minister of India late Indra Gandhi, former president late Gyani Jail Singh and late Maulana Syed Asrar-ul-Haque – for unity and integrity of the country and over all uplift of mankind – was formally instituted in the state Tuesday at Hotel Saramati, Dimapur in the presence of ABSQES Northeast observers including Probin Borpatra gohain and Deepa Hazarika and several state ABSQES office bearers. Addressing a press meet Probin Borpatra Gohain asserted that main objectives of ABSQEC was to develop community of feeling among all the people of the nation without any discrimination of race, colour, community and religion. Highlighting the objectives of organization, state ABSQES observer pointed out that polities without principles, wealth without work, commerce without mortality, education without character, pleasure without conscience, science without humanity and worship without sacrifice were “Seven Social Sins”, which should be eradicated from the society. Also speaking at the meet, Deepa Hazarika stated that ABSQES cordially represents the poor, adding it was also to uplift the women community and the people living below poverty line. State ABSQES president Pukiho K Zhimo speaking at the meet pointed out that the organization was solely to maintain and develop communal harmony, peace, tranquility and to educate the masses to develop brotherhood between all classes, communities and religion. He also underlined that its aim was to impart education, vocational knowledge to down trodden children and uplift the welfare of physically challenged, with a view to make them self dependent. Meanwhile, ABSQEC has appealed the people to cooperate with organization for the benefit of the people.

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