Human rights Day is observed on 10 Dec every year to mark the adoption of Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights irrespective of race, colour, religion, sex, language, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. With a view to foster and reinforce the spirit of communal harmony, Indian Army organised a Kaumi Ekta Meet at Saldhar, Gulabgarh, Dandihala, Dharmari, Gool and Asthanmarg in District Reasi (J&K) to drive home theme of equality, highlight rights of human beings, benefits of abrogation of Article 370 and welfare schemes being undertaken by Indian Army to foster prevailing peace and tranquility in the region. Unity in diversity has been one of the greatest characteristics of our nation binding people of various religions and communities together in one thread of humanity. The Kaumi Ekta meeting provided a suitable platform for the opinion makers and local populace to share their opinions and interact with each other and Indian Army. Various issues pertaining to development and opportunities available were discussed. Active participation of locals was notable. A total of 35 villagers attended the meet. The efforts of the Indian Army were singularly aimed to ascertain the challenges of locals and project same at appropriate level to ensure sustained progress in the region. The event was another effort among various to further strengthen the bond AWAAM.