Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the nation, and he also sent his good wishes to the public on the occasion of Eid.  It makes the Eid celebration more special.

PM Modi said and emphasis on the concept to brings peace and brotherhood to society in this Eid. Eid-ul-Fitr, which marks the culmination of the fasting month of Ramzan, is being rejoiced on this Monday and the festival is being addressed as Eid also.

The Honourable PM Modi Sends His Good Wishes To Nation On Eid

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“Eid-ul-Fitr greetings! May this auspicious day further the spirit of peace and brotherhood in our society,” he said in a tweet.

Prime Minister had on Sunday said that inspiration should be drawn from such pious festivals and this will be ideal to spread peace, happiness, and glory on this pious festival Eid and these good keys will help to take the nation forward towards progress.

He emphasized that India’s diversity is its specialty and it will be working as the strength for the country. Means literally the honorable PM of the country highlighting on the concept called “unity in diversity”.

“The holy month of Ramadan was celebrated with devotion. Now it is time for Eid. On the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, my best wishes to all,” Modi said on his monthly radio program Mann Ki Baat.

“Ramadan is a month of holy donations, to spread happiness… Come, let us all together take inspiration from such pious festivals to keep spreading the treasure of happiness and keep taking the nation forward,” he added further.

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh also gave greetings to the people of Kashmir and he also wishes Eid. Speaking to news agency ANI, Singh said, “I wish our brothers, sisters and dear kids of Kashmir a very happy Eid from the bottom of my heart”.

Singh said he hopes the festival will bring peace and happiness to the Valley. “I firmly believe that this festival that celebrates humanity & goodness will bolster peace, brotherhood, and happiness in the Valley,” he said further.

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