Awarding the Peace Prize by the Indian National Coalition Assembly

India’s International Humanitarian Service Award was awarded in April 1364 by the India-World Peace Community National Coalition Assembly to Masoud Rajavi, the leader of the People’s Mojahedin Organization and the official of the National Resistance Council, for his efforts to stop the bombing of civilians in the war. Following the cessation of the bombing of civilians by Iraq, which took place with the efforts of Masoud Rajavi, the regime inevitably accepted the mutual cessation of such bombings. The India-World Community National Coalition Assembly includes nearly 300 members of the Indian Parliament from various parties. Previously, this award was given by this forum to such people as Jawaharlal Nehru, Mrs. Gandhi, Queen Elizabeth II, George Thomson, and the and the Speaker of the British Parliament.