Deputy Speaker of Parliament Mr Thomas Tayebwa has urged Ugandans to treat Indians as equal citizens so that they can live a peaceful life in the country.
“As the government, we are trying hard to see that Indians are not treated like second-hand citizens, they should also share the same benefits as Ugandans,” he said on Friday during the celebrations to mark 100 years of Pramukh Swami Maharaj.
Pranukh Swami Maharaj, according to Indians, is a rare soul that totally remained absorbed in God and transformed the livelihood of Indians especially women. It is now 100 years since Pramukh Swami Maharaj left an impact on the Indian Community especially by changing the livelihoods and welfare of women.
Mr Tayebwa thanked the Indian community for sharing with Ugandans, noting that it shows how much they value the people in this country.