Governor, CM greet people on Eid-ul-Fitr
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Srinagar, Sept 20: The governor, N N Vohra, the chief minister, Omar Abdullah, his cabinet colleagues on Sunday extended greetings to the people of Jammu and Kashmir on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr.
In a message, the governor wished the people peace, progress, prosperity and happiness and hoped the joyous occasion would be the harbinger of communal harmony, brotherhood and tranquility, the hallmarks of state’s pluralistic traditions.
Describing the festival as an occasion of expressing highest degree of thanking to Almighty, the chief minister said that Eid-ul-Fitr was also the day of sharing happiness and joy with the needy and poor and provides them avenues for celebrating Eid joyfully.
While conveying his greetings, Chief Minister prayed for the peace and prosperity of the State and wished the day to be harbinger of all round development and welfare for the people.
The deputy chief minister, Tara Chand, extended greetings to the people on the eve of Eid-ul-Fitr. In a message, he said the festival marked the culmination of holy month of Ramzan which highlights the values of self-reliance, tolerance and patience.
He prayed for peace, prosperity and tranquility in the state. He hoped that the festival will herald an era of joy and happiness in every home.
The minister for Rural Development, Ali Muhammad Sagar, extended his heartfelt felicitation to the people. “It is the day to celebrate after fasting and engagement in prayers and spiritual cleanliness as per Allah’s commands. It is an occasion to celebrate Allah’s blessings that brings with it joy and contentment to millions of fasting Muslims,” he said in a message praying for tranquility, prosperity and welfare of the state`
The cabinet Ministers, several MLAs and speaker legislative assembly, Muhammad Akbar Lone have also extended the greetings to the people of the State in general and Muslims in particular on the eve of Eid-ul-Fitr.
In a message, they expressed hoped that the auspicious occasion would be harbinger of peace and prosperity for the people of the state.
Meanwhile, the chief minister’s advisor, Mubarak Gul, political advisor to CM, Devinder Singh Rana, and the director-general of police, Kuldeep Khoda, have also greeted people on the occasion.
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