Read of the following passage and answer the question that follows :
Dr. Khushdeva Singh describes his work as "humble efforts I made to discharge my duty as a human being to fellow human beings." "Love is stronger than hate."
a. How true is this value which was proved at the time of the partition of India? What are the values one needs to instil and nurture to avoid hatred? Explain.
Although the partition of British India was marked by mass murders, rape and arson, people in various regions and areas granted shelter to their neighbours belonging to different religions to save them from the activities of rioters. Thus, during Partition, we find several instances and events based on humanity and human values. Dr Khushdeva Singh describes his work as ‘humble efforts he made to discharge his duty as a human being to fellow human beings’.
Values which one needs to nurture to avoid hatred are the values of universal brotherhood, empathy, love, kindness, mutual understanding and equality.