students of delhi and karachi schools take part in aman ki asha campaign
Students of Delhi and NCR schools are showing great and praiseworthy enthusiasm to be part of Aman ki Asha – Rope of Respect campaign, launched by The Times of India and Pak daily Jung. Many celebrities, thinkers and artists of both countries are being brought face to face to release their voices in support of peace and progress of two countries – India and Pakistan.Rope of Respect campaign is exclusively for children of the two countries who want to bridge the borders of the heart and mind. They say everyone should forget partition and its related bad memories, and should work and live like two good brothers. Only then, progress would be possible. And no one can wish away that Pakistan is not our neighbour. A disturbed Pakistan is also dangerous for India. The students are distributing 2 lakh handkerchiefs which have the messages of peace and mutual respect.The list of schools includes Salwan Public School, DPS, Gurgaon, and Venkateshwar School, Delhi. Schools of 9 cities (Delhi, Chennai, Lucknow, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Mumbai and Kolkata) are taking part in the campaign along with many schools of Karachi.