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Intolerant non-state actors controlling large territories, unleashing barbaric violence: PM

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said intolerant non-state actors are now controlling large territories where they are unleashing barbaric violence on innocent people. Addressing Samvad, a global conference being attended by Buddhist spiritual leaders in New Delhi, Mr Modi said, he firmly believes that the solution to all problems lies in dialogue.

The Prime Minister said, without embracing the path and ideals shown by Gautam Buddha, this century cannot be an Asian century. He said, the life of Gautama Buddha illustrates the power of service compassion and, most importantly renunciation.

Terming climate change as a global challenge, he said there is a need for collective human action to tackle it. Mr Modi said, the poor and downtrodden are the most adversely affected people due to climate change.

He said, the present generation have the responsibility to act as a trustee of the rich natural wealth for the future generations. The Prime Minister said, he believes that the discourse must shift focus from climate change to climate justice.

Mr Modi said, his Government is doing everything possible to give an impetus to the Buddhist heritage across the country and India is taking the lead in boosting the Buddhist heritage across Asia. He hoped that the discussions will bring the way ahead towards peace, conflict resolution and a clean and green world.

Addressing the conference, former President of Sri Lanka Chandrika Kumaratunga said that the deep rooted cause of the conflict must be understood and managed. She said, inclusive development can bring peace in the world.

Speaking on the occasion, Spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravishankar said that the voice of peace must rise over the voice of hatred and violence in the world. He said, conflict occurs due to ignorance and education is the best measure to avoid conflict.

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