This Peach March was organized with help of many organizations including National Federation of Indian Associations Regional Vice-President - Amrik Kamoh who helped in contributing this news.
All Indian no matter where they are, strongly condemn the brutal terrorist attack on soldiers in Pulwama - Jammu & Kashmir. Greater Seattle Indian community members representing 30 organizations along with NFIA (National Federation of Indian American), gathered to express heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims in the downtown park in Bellevue Square. This community solidarity vigil peace march was organized to condemn the terrorist attack and remembrance of the brave soldiers lost in Pulwama attack. On February 21st 2019 at 5pm, peace representative gathered at Bellevue Square Downtown Park in Bellevue WA. Marchers held a prayer service and one minute mourning followed by Vande-Mataram recital. After remembrance prayer, marcher walked along the Bellevue Way NE. Over 300 community members joined this peace march.
Following organizations took part in the "Peace March condemning the Pulwama Terrorists attack
American Telangana Association
Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh
Hindu Temple & Cultural Center, Bothell
India Arts & Heritage Society
Kerala Association of Washington
National Federation of American Indian Associations
Sai Baba Temple.
Sanatan Dharma Temple & Cultural Center
Seattle Gujarati Cultural Society
Seattle Maharashtra Mandal
Seattle Tamil Sangam
Telangana America Telugu Association
VEDA - Sri Venkateswara Temple
Washington Telangana Association
Washington Telugu Samithi
Hopes & Smiles
Telangana Development forum
American Telugu Association
Brahma Kumaris, Seattle
Seattle SKY Society
Lakshmi Venkateswara Temple
Washington Telangana Association (WATA) and Washington Telangana Association (WATG)
Life of planet
Sahyadri Kannada Sangha
On behalf of National Federation of Indian Associations, Exec Vice President -Lavanya Reddy and Regional Vice-President - Amrik Kamoh participated as well as worked with organizations and took part in the Peace March gathering.
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