Noida: Federation of Noida Resident Welfare Association (FONRWA) on Sunday convened a meeting at community centre of Sector 52, Noida, with office bearers of residents' bodies in the city to maintain social harmony after the Supreme Court delivered a historic verdict in Ayodhya's land dispute case.
Yogendra Sharma, President of the federation said that all of them pledged to maintain peace, brotherhood and social harmony in the city. He said that they are committed to not allow any kind of nuisance that may disrupt social harmony and brotherhood within both the communities of Hindus and Muslims.
To strengthen goodwill between these two communities, office bearers of different residents welfare associations held meeting with people belonging to Muslim community. They shared sweets with each other to welcome the court verdict.
KK Jain, General Secretary of the federation said that they have held separate meetings in their offices for further strengthening goodwill with all, irrespective of religions. They have also appealed their fellow residents to maintain tranquillity and brotherhood.
On the occasion, Ashok Sharma, O P Yadav, Sanjeev Kumar, Yogesh Sharma, Akram, Rasheed, Adil, Mubin, Shafeek, Taiyab Chaudhary, Joya Patidar, Mangeram Sharma, Sanjay Sharma, Imran Chaudhary, Habib Ahmed, Sahil, Sharafat Ali, Aabid, Slauddin and other people were present.