Expressing concern over the growing intolerance in the society, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today said her government was not in favor of division of masses but unity of the people.
“We don’t believe in division of masses but unity of the masses. We are against any kind of division of people. We may preach gods in different names but our purpose is the same. Someone calls God, someone Allah and someone Bhagwan, but the purpose is the same,” said Banerjee.
“Bengal is a pilgrimage of secularism and brotherhood in the country. We all love to live in peace. We will not tolerate any kind of violence here,” Banerjee said.
The Chief Minister had earlier also expressed concern over intolerance and called for unity.