The Chief Guest High Commissioner in his deliberations talked about the genocidal denial on the part of world nations and their negligence to prevent such unforgivable, unforgettable inhuman crime that killed more than 800000 people within 100 days. He alleged that the spirit of reconciliation, hope, unity has to be generated among the sufferers and initiatives have to be taken globally for the development of East and Central Africans in order to renew their life and unite them, so that such happening may not repeat.
The Guest of Honour Dr. Raghuveer Singh Rathore in his address emphasized the deep remorse on such heinous act and humanitarian crisis. He said such acts propagate hate and misguide human to violate natural laws and human rights. Dr. N. N. Singh, the Managing Director of B.N. Sansthan in his presidential remarks acknowledged High Commissioner’s plea to rethink about such sufferings resulting from genocides that cause harm and imbalances in social and environmental ecology. He praised High Commissioners’ leadership initiatives for development programmes from socio-economic perspectives. The commemoration programme organizer was Sh. Bhanu Kapil and program anchor was Dr. Jayshree Singh, faculty in B.N.P.G. College.
After the program, a meeting with the Principals of Colleges of B. N. Sansthan and Rwandan High Commissioner was held to discuss the potential careers, skill-oriented requirements and training and development for the students of Central/East Africans in B.N. Colleges that impart professional and educational degrees.