MasterPeace India holds Peace Day in Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar, Sep 21: The UN International Day of Peace (Peace
Day) was commemorated on Sunday at KITT University campus jointly by
MasterPeace India, KIIT, State Social Welfare Board, Culture and Tourism
department, along with some civil society and corporate organizations here.
Inaugurating the event Culture and Tourism Minister Ashok
Chandra Panda said that as a number of violent conflicts still continue in
different parts of the world, it is time to renew efforts to stop the tragedy
of war and conflict.
“Peace can be built only through cultural diversity, education,
action, and not with passivity. The theme of this year’s Peace Day is Right of
People to Peace which justifies that through education of children and youth
and through human rights education peace can be established,” the Minister
Reinforcing his sentiments, the Minister called upon all
Indians to contribute to making sustainable peace a reality, even through the
expression of small acts of kindness to one another.
Dr Achyuta Samanta, Founder KIIT & KISS and Founder
Patron, MasterPeace India in his presidential remark gave a positive assessment
of the progress achieved in addressing various conflicts across India.
Priyadarshi Mishra, MLA, Bhubaneswar (North) laid emphasis on
efforts to sustain peace.

Among others, former VC of Utkal University of Culture Dr
Bimalendu Mohanty, Nibedita Nayak, Chairperson, State Social Welfare Board and Dr.
M.R.Mishra, Country Coordinator, MasterPeace, appealed the students and youth
to join as MasterPeacers and commit themselves to restore peace in schools,
colleges and also in Odisha and India.

A select team of 22 boys and girls from KISS and MasterPeace
Club India organized a cricket match for peace at KISS campus to mark the occasion

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