#IndiaForAll: Delhi activist leads a campaign promoting peace and communal harmony
“My name is Rahul Kapoor. I am a Hindu. Hinduism is against all forms of violence. Save India from mob lynching,” when Rahul Kapoor, a social activist from Delhi firmly held this message in his hand while protesting at Jantar Mantar against the mob lynching of Tabrez Ansari in Jharkhand, little did he know that such an identity-based counter-narrative as a form of protest against hate crimes would resonate so much with the masses that it would be seen and shared by millions on social media for the next few days.
This led to the foundation of the #IndiaForALL campaign. Started by the activist, the campaign is now being carried forward by the people on social media. Several people have started sharing their own pictures with messages against hate crimes, communal violence and at the same time are also spreading the love by sharing messages of peace and communal harmony.
“The #IndiaForAll campaign has a simple message that India belongs to people of all the religions and they should be able to live in the country with peace and harmony and without any fear,” says Rahul Kapoor.…
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