Acharya Shree Tulsi - A Legend Of Humanity: Rajiv Longowal Agreement

Published: 19.01.2014

Acharya Shree Tulsi had unwavering faith in the power of non-violence and he worked intensively for its execution. When he heard about the violence in Punjab, he focused his attention towards it. He instructed his disciples to remain in Punjab, which helped the local public to strengthen their resolve and to face the crisis with courage and confidence. But the violence did not abate quickly. Conversely, as the days passed, the violence began to gain momentum.

At that time Acharya Shree was in Amet, near Udaipur. The Home Minister S. B. Chauhan, by the instruction of the Prime Minister went to him and requested to become the arbitrator between Sant Longowal and the Central Government. Without a second thought, he accepted the request.

Acharya Shree Tulsi immediately sent a message to Sant Longowal that beckoned him to meet Acharya as soon as possible. Sant Longowal arrived at Amet in Rajasthan on July 9th, 1985 in order to meet Acharya Tulsi. He was not willing to negotiate with the Central Government as they had reached an impasse. He held two long sessions of discussions with Acharya Tulsi. Fortunately, through the arbitrating talents of Acharya Tulsi the meetings yielded incredible results. He agreed to meet the Central Government. Inspired by Acharya Tulsi, he met and discussed with the Prime Minister, Rajiv Gandhi and the outcome was the Rajiv-Longowal Agreement.

Thus, Acharya Tulsi acted as a catalyst in bringing about this historical agreement. The Home Minister, S.B. Chauhan himself came to Amet and expressed gratitude to Acharya Shree Tulsi on behalf of the Central Government.

What was the best and the most beneficial for the country was always the focal point for Acharya Tulsi. He would always think about the welfare, progress and peace of the nation and contributed his time to work towards these goals. The endowment of wisdom and effective communication skills led him to solve many regional and national problems.

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Title:
Acharya Shree Tulsi - A Legend Of Humanity

First Edition:
2013.08

Publisher:
Acharya Tulsi Janam Shatabdi Samaroh Samiti, Anurvat Bhawan, New Delhi

HN4U Online Edition:
2013.12

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  1. Acharya
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  4. Amet
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