Governor of Tamil Nadu CM sends greetings to Bakrid
CHENNAI: On the eve of Eid-ul-Adha or Bakrid, Governor of Tamil Nadu RN Ravi, Chief Minister MK Stalin and many other political figures on Saturday sent greetings to the Muslim population of the state .
“I send my sincere greetings and best wishes to all our Muslim brothers and sisters on the occasion of the Festival of Sacrifice-Eid-ul-Adha,” Ravi wrote in his Eid (Bakrid) message. The day honors a dedicated leader who gave his all for a worthy cause in accordance with God’s will. He said this sacred occasion is a reminder of the need to extend love, brotherhood and service to humanity everywhere.
“Let’s make it our goal to teach our children about love, charity and good deeds so that they can live a happy and peaceful life. The Governor wished everyone “the strength of love, harmony, health and happiness” on this important occasion.
In his greetings, Chief Minister MK Stalin urged everyone to maintain their happiness and lead a moral life. In an official statement, he added, “I ask the Muslim Brotherhood to commemorate the occasion by adhering to the government-issued COVID-19 protocols.”
Former Chief Minister and AIADMK Headquarters Secretary, Edappadi K. Palaniswami, TTV Dhinakaran and Pattali Makkal Katchi Founder S. Ramadoss all sent their best wishes on the occasion.
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