India Against Hatred’ a people’s movement against perpetration of hatred in our country, will be launched tomorrow, 9th August, on an auspicious and historic day known as August Kranti Din (Aug 9, 1942). The movement will be on the lines of the ‘India Against Corruption’ movement and will be lead by, renowned filmmaker/social activist Sri. Nilesh Navalakha, and will also be blessed and guided by religious and spiritual leader, His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
The movement has been started by Supreme Court Advocate Rajesh Inamdar, Advocate Amit Pai along with Advocate Shashwat Anand from Allahabad High Court and Advocate Avinash Gokhale from Bombay High Court. The movement will also be guided by social crusaders like Former Supreme Court Justice P.B Sawant, former I.P.S officer J.F Rebeiro and Anna Hazare.
India Against Hatred is an apolitical organisation which will launch campaigns against hatred in a peaceful and non-violent manner. The movement will be launched simultaneously in several States, across India, with encouragement and support being given to people to come forward to lodge complaints against perpetrators of hatred and violence. They will also run counter campaigns against hatred and violence on social media, spreading awareness through art, music and theatre.