Welcoming the members of the delegation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that democracy's greatest strength is harmony and amity, the PMO said in a statement.
Emphasising that the government does not have any right to discriminate among citizens, Mr Modi said India's speciality has been its unity in diversity, it added.
The delegation members appreciated Prime Minister Narendra Modi's stand on the issue of triple talaq, the statement said. Praising Mr Modi's vision, members of the delegation expressed hope that the "nationwide trust" that he has among the people will ensure prosperity and well-being of all segments of society, the statement said.
He also spoke about the issue in a 40-minute speech delivered at a function in New Delhi to mark the birth anniversary of Kannada philosopher Basaveshwar.
"There is so much debate on triple talaq these days. Looking at the great tradition, my mind is filled with the hope that powerful people will emerge from the community in this country (to) eradicate outdated practices, evolve modern systems," he had said.
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