Vice President presented with Communal Harmony FlagNovember 24th, 2008 - 10:13 pm ICT by ANI
New Delhi, Nov 24 (ANI): Vice President Mohammad Hamid Ansari was presented on Monday the Communal Harmony Flag by a group of orphaned and destitute children from different parts of the country to observe the Communal Harmony Campaign and Fund Raising Week.
The officials of National Foundation for Communal Harmony accompanied them.
The Vice President called for maintaining communal harmony and national integration and wished them good success in life.
The Communal Harmony Campaign and Fund Raising Week is being celebrated from November 19-25, to raise funds for the rehabilitation of child victims of communal, caste, ethnic or terrorists violence and promotion of communal harmony, national integration and fraternity. (ANI)
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