.The Mubarak: Prime Minister Modi, Perez Kovind greeted Eid Dul Fitr

President Ram Nath Kobind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the people on the occasion of Al-Fitr on Monday, May 25.

Eid is being celebrated in most parts of India on Monday to mark the end of the holy month of Ramadan.Twitter

On Twitter, the President tweeted: “Eid Mubarak! This festival is an expression of love, brotherhood, peace and harmony. Eid strengthens our belief in caring for the weak and the poor. Let us carry the spirit of charity (Zakat) this Eid and Follow social distance rules to spread the coronavirus “

Prime Minister Modi said that the special occasion further enhanced Mamata’s feelings. “Eid da Mubarak! Happy Eid Dul Fitr. May this special occasion further increase the spirit of sympathy, brotherhood and harmony. May everyone be healthy and prosperous,” read Modi’s tweet.

Rahul Gandhi greeted the nation

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi also said on Twitter: “Eid de Mubarak to all of you.”

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu also posted his Eid message on Twitter in three languages, calling for social distance and celebration at home.

“I hope we all celebrate the festival with a spirit of joy, compassion and mutual respect that embodies the pure ritual. Let us inaugurate the high ideals associated with #idoflighter for health, peace, prosperity and harmony. #Happyid,” Naidu tweeted.

“The festival strengthens the spirit of empathy, generosity and generosity in our society. As we face unprecedented challenges due to the effects of the coronavirus epidemic, I urge everyone to celebrate #Aid at home and follow safe distances.” Idmubarak, ”Naidu said.

Ramadan 2014

On July 1, 2014, a Muslim boy sits on the top of the Jama Masjid (Grand Mosque) in the old mahalla of Delhi before breaking the fast during the holy month of Ramadan.Reuters | Representative

Eid is being celebrated in most parts of India on Monday and Kerala and Jammu and Kashmir are celebrating the festival a day before the end of the holy month of Ramadan.

Prominent Muslim clerics in Delhi on Sunday appealed to people to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr on Monday while adhering to social distance and lockdown rituals in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

(With agency input)

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