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73RD HIROSHIMA DAY OBSERVED - Public Awareness Anti-Nuke Peace Rally
"NO MORE HIROSHIMA" - A call for peace and & Nuclear-free World by 1,000 students

Commemorating 73rd anniversary of the atomic bombing on Hiroshima
Hiroshima Day Peace Rally

The Peace rally started from Azad Maidan and concluded at Hutatma Chowk, where a Pledge was taken by students to work for peace & a nuclear-free world.

"Today, we pledge together with the millions of people all over the world to work tirelessly for the complete elimination of nuclear weapons and all weapons...", led by students, graphically depicting the horror of the atom bomb, along with about 1,000 NSS volunteers from 23 colleges of SNDT and Mumbai University, social activists and peace-loving citizens in the city marched and pledged for peace and a nuclear-free world today, 6th August.

Students were carrying a huge banner depicting slogans like ‘NO MORE HIROSHIMA’ and ‘We want to grow, not to blow up’ and placards, banners, flags depicting slogans like ‘NO-BOMB, YES-PEACE’.

Prof. Nitin PrabhuTendolkar, NSS Co-ordinator, SNDT University administrated the Pledge.

The Peace rally was jointly organized by Bombay Sarvodaya Mandal and NSS Units of colleges to mark the 73rd anniversary of the devastation of Hiroshima & Nagasaki with a deadly atomic attack by America during World War II & to join hands with millions of people of the world in their prayers to make a nuclear-free world.

About 1,000 NSS volunteers marched for peace and nuclear-free world
Hiroshima Day Peace Rally
Students carrying placards & flags for peace and nuclear-free world.
Pledge to work for peace and non-violence was taken by the entire gathering at the end of the rally