Nature’s precious gift, nature has given us a lot for the protection of the earth. One of these gifts is the ozone layer. Preservation of the ozone layer is necessary for the same way as we protect our health to avoid diseases because the ozone layer protects us from harmful ultraviolet harmful rays coming from the sun.
If there was no ozone layer, the harmful ultraviolet rays coming from the sun would have made life impossible for all the living beings on the earth.
This layer was discovered by French physicists Fabry Charles and Henri Busson. For the protection of ozone, on 19 December 1964, the United Nations General Assembly declared 16 September as International Ozone Day. The Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer was signed by the United Nations and about 45 other countries on 16 September 1987.
To keep the ozone layer safe, not only our country, but every citizen of the world needs to be serious. For this environmental protection is also very important.
The way pollution is increasing on the earth, toxic smoke is becoming a problem, for it, the danger has increased even more that it can thin the ozone layer. Due to this, harmful ultraviolet rays coming from the sun can become a threat not only to the existence of human beings but to all living beings at any time.
All the countries of the world together should run campaigns on primary and war levels to save the ozone layer, not from today, but from now on.
If we do not leave carelessness to handle the precious gifts given by nature, not from today, but from now on, then the day is not far, when the earth like heaven will become hell and the existence of the animal species will be in danger.
harmony and coexistence
The Gyanvapi Masjid controversy has its roots in history. According to some historians, a Shiva temple was destroyed on the orders of Aurangzeb in the seventeenth century and the Gyanvapi Mosque was built at that place.
The laws prohibit the conversion of any place of worship and provide for the maintenance of the religious character of any place of worship as it existed on August 15, 1947.
The laws of the land should be upheld. It seems that the Varanasi district court’s decision on the right to worship at the Gyanvapi Masjid will lead to another protracted battle like in the Babri Masjid case. No religion preaches war, but many wars have been fought over religion.
All Indians have the right to practice their chosen religion. But recently whenever traces of a temple are found under a mosque, a war of words ensues between religious fanatics, which is exploited by politicians.
These cases are taken to the courts by petitioners of both religions and the cases go on for years. Both communities should learn to live and worship in harmony. There are many examples in Punjab where both temples and mosques co-exist with gurudwaras.