‘War is biggest crime against humanity’
   Date :18-Mar-2023

War is biggest crime  
Staff Reporter
Department of Business and Management of Mats University organised a two-day Chhattisgarh Research Conclave-2023 on the topic ‘Global Financial and Economic Changes: Impact on Development’ here at New Circuit House on March 17 and March 18.
Governor Biswa Bhusan Harichandan graced the programme as Chief guest and inaugurated the conclave on Friday.
Addressing the conclave, Governor Bishwa Bhusan Harichandan said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is of the view that establishing peace in the world should be the first priority to bring changes in the global economy. War only leads to destruction and it is the biggest crime against humanity. War has a negative effect on the economy, the Governor added. The Governor said that an appeal has been made by Prime Minister to adopt the path of peace to end ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. The impact of war falls on the people and the common people have to go through economic misery. As such, a way should be found to solve it through dialogue only. He said that India is the fifth largest economy in the world after America, China, Japan and Germany. The dream of Prime Minister is to make India a five trillion dollar economy which is now taking a real shape, he added. Sharing his views, Chancellor of Mats University Gajraj Pagaria focused on the impact of development of global financial economy. Lyudmila Mukherjee who is working on Sustainable Development in Fashion Industry of Ukraine and Vice-Chancellor of the university Professor K P Yadav also also addressed the conclave.
Governor Biswa Bhusan Harichandan also released a souvenir on the occasion. Earlier, the programme commenced with the national anthem, followed by state song and garlanding the statue of Maa Saraswati. Later, Chancellor of Mats University Gajraj Pagiraya welcomed Governor Biswa Bhusan Harichandan and other guests. Director General Priyesh Pagaria honoured the Governor and other guests on the occasion. Vice-Chancellor of the University Dr Deepika Dhand, Registrar Gokulananda Panda, Head of the Department of Business and Management, organisers along with heads of various departments, professors, scholars and researchers from different states, students and eminent citizens were also present.