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SRINAGAR — Chief Minister, Meh­booba Mufti has greeted people of the State on the occasion of Eid ul Fitr.

In her message, the Chief Min­ister prayed the month-long fast­ing and the night long supplica­tions of the faithful are accepted and rewarded by the Almighty. She hoped the spirit of generos­ity, discipline, and piety gener­ated through the Holy month is carried hereafter by people in day to day life as well. She also hoped this Eid brings along everlasting peace, happiness, and prosperity to the people of the State.

The Chief Minister appealed people not to forget the disadvanta­geous sections of society particular­ly orphans, widows, destitute and all those who suffered during the turmoil of past three decades dur­ing the festivities of Eid and play their positive role in bringing them back to the mainstream of society.

On the occasion, Mehbooba Mufti also prayed for commu­nal harmony, brotherhood and upholding human values in the State.

Guv greets people on Eid-ul-Fitr

Governor N. N. Vohra has conveyed warm greetings to the people of Jammu and Kashmir on the joyous occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr.

In a message of felicitations, the Governor expressed hope that this auspicious occasion would be the harbinger of peace, prog­ress, prosperity and happiness and would strengthen the bonds of communal harmony, broth­erhood and amity, which are the hallmarks of J&K’s glorious pluralistic traditions. Governor prayed for the progress and well-being of the people of the State.

Mirwaiz greets Muslims on Eid-ul-Fitr

On the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, Jammu Kashmir Mut­taheda Majlis-e-Ulema (MMU) chief and Hurriyat Conference (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Fa­rooq has extended greetings to the entire Muslim Ummah.

In a statement, Mirwaiz said if the message of Eid-ul-Fitr was followed in letter and spirit, it would help the entire world blossom. He said in reality only those people deserved to be felicitat­ed who tried to follow the message of holy Qur’an and fulfill their du­ties during the month of Ramadan.

Stressing that as far as celebrat­ing Eid-ul-Fitr in Jammu Kashmir was concerned, the Mirwaiz, in his Eid message, said people would, this year too, pray that their innumer­able sacrifices do not go waste and resolve to carry forward the resis­tance struggle until their just strug­gle reaches its logical conclusion.

He said the Islamic world in­cluding Palestine, Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Yemen and Kashmiri Muslims, was caught in a quag­mire with innocent people being killed in bloodshed. “The message of Eid on this occasion for the Mus­lim Ummah should collectively stand in unity against the anti-Is­lamic and oppressive forces to foil their nefarious designs,” he said.

Mirwaiz paid tributes to Hurri­yat leaders and freedom-loving peo­ple of Kashmir, who have been held in various jails and detention cen­tres in Jammu Kashmir and outside for their resolve and steadfastness toward the resistance movement, and prayed for their good health.

Mirwaiz called for observing Eid-ul-Fitr with austerity and simplicity and expressed hope that the well-off people would help the poor, destitute, needy and or­phans.

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