Lok Satta Party leader Jayaprakash Narayan has called for 17th September to be observed as ‘National Integrity Day’. It commemorates the day when we all come together as one nation (National Integrity Day). He said that there should be a deep discussion on Hindu and Muslim issues. He said that he has been saying this again and again since 20 years ago. JP said that there is no such time in the world where 565 states have been united in such a great way.. It is a matter of pride for all of us as a nation. He said that key leaders including Gary Baldi had to work for 20 years for the unification of Italy, which has one language, one religion and one history. He said that the unification of Germany was also not so easy. In India, it was explained that the integration of hundreds of states was done peacefully. National Integration Day was organized under the auspices of Lok Satta Party at People’s Education Trust Auditorium, Suryalok Complex, Gun Foundry under the theme ‘Monarchy to Democracy’. Jayaprakash Narayan who spoke in this program said interesting things.
Dr. Jayaprakash Narayan suggested that September 17 is a nationwide festival and on the occasion of this diamond festival, lessons should be learned from the mistakes made during this period. He asked political parties to come together so that there is no sense of insecurity in the people irrespective of caste and religion. He expressed concern that the concentration of power has become dangerous. Public representatives of local organizations have become ceremonial idols.
‘The style of elections should be changed. Jayaprakash Narayan said that the situation of winning by giving money and tailas should go. The meeting was presided over by Lok Satta Party Telangana State President Tummanapalli Srinivas. He said that freedom, self-governance, empowerment, rule of law and self-correction are the foundations of democracy and Lok Satta Party will work for these. Dr. Ram Narsaiah, CH Balakrishna, Lakshminarayana, Ramachandradu, Rangachari and representatives of various organizations participated in this program.