Problems should be solved by peaceful means- Milind Umre.

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Mr. Milind Umre speaking as Mr. Rohidas Raut, Ms. Anjali Kulmethe are seated.

Gadchiroli March 21 (District Correspondent) No problems can be solved by violence. They have to be resolved through peaceful means and democratic and constitutional ways, opined Mr. Milind Umre, senior journalist and wildlife researcher while speaking at Samidha college of Civil services here the other day.

The college had organized a seminar on the subject ‘Naxalism in India’ at the meeting hall of the college. Mr. Rohidas Raut, senior journalist presided over the programme while Ms. Anjali Kulmethe, social worker was the chief guest.

Mr. Umre dwelt on the emergence of naxalism in India and said though naxals claim to bring about change in the society ‘through the barrel of gun’, that is not acceptable. Enmity increases enmity more; he mentioned referring to the philosophy of Lord Buddha and underlined the need of adopting peaceful method to get the issues resolved.

Mr. Raut in his presidential address said the use of violence can be supported in a democratic set up. Though there are plenty of problems and exploitation of the depressed classes, their answers have to be found within the present system.

Ms. Kulmethe expressed the need of all-round personality development of the students for their brighter career. Regular meditation, exercise help in bringing peace of mind which is required for the academic performance, she added.

Mr. Tilesh Mohurle, Incharge Principal, Prof. Nitin Naitam, Prof. Ankush Gohne, Prof. Pritam Kohpare were also present at the programme besides large number of students.





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