New Delhi, Oct 13 (UNI) The Panthers Party today said new legislations were not the solution to check terrorism in the country but will and commitment were needed.
Panthers Party Chief Bhim Singh, in his address at the National Integration Council (NIC) meeting here, said terrorism should be clearly defined as the enemy of peace and humanity and subjects of national importance like tolerance, non-violence, secularism and communal harmony should be on the national syllabi of every student.
All this could be possible when politicians started thinking about the nation and its future, he said adding 90 per cent of the people in India or Asia were not included in the list of thinkers, intellectuals and opinion makers.
''To each of them we have to adopt a fresh approach. We need master legislation for that object. The day 90 per cent of our people are aware of their rights and responsibilities, the nation shall become strong and great,'' he said.
He also called for legislations to control the language of ''power-hungry politicians'' and said laws should be amended to keep criminals out of legislatures.
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