As part of Inter Faith week, Airdrie & Shotts MP Anum Qaisar hosted an event bringing together faith groups and police and fire service representatives from across her constituency to discuss the issues facing their communities.Since it’s inception in 2004, Scottish Inter Faith week seeks to build good relationships and partnerships between people of different faiths.
Commenting on her event at Airdrie town hall, Ms Qaisar told Lanarkshire Live : "It was a fantastic opportunity for people of different faiths to come together to discuss key issues in the community, truly representing the essence of Inter Faith week.
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