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‘Zero Discrimination Day’ observed at JDIK

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SRINAGAR: The Cultural Unit Kashmir, Department of Information and Public Relations J&K Wednesday celebrated Zero Discrimination Day at Joint Directorate of Information Kashmir.

Speaking on the occasion, Cultural Officer Kashmir, Burhan Hussain said that Zero Discrimination Day is observed every year on 1st of March with an aim to recognise everybody’s right to a complete and fulfilling life to lead it with respect.

Zero Discrimination Day contributes to creating a worldwide solidarity campaign to abolish all forms of discrimination.

Organisations like UNAIDS, which fight intolerance against persons living with HIV/AIDS, take special note of the day.

AECO Syed Shakeel Shan while conducting the proceedings said that the day is celebrated for the right of everyone to live life with dignity. It highlights how people can become informed about and promote inclusion, compassion, peace and create a global movement of solidarity to end all forms of discrimination.

A thematic cultural program was also arranged on the occasion. Cultural Unit Artist, Suhail Mohi-ud-Din enthralled the audience by his mesmerizing voice.

All the employees and officers of Joint Directorate of Information Kashmir attended the function.

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