SRINAGAR Governor N. N. Vohra has extended warm greetings to the people on the auspicious occasion of Eid-ul-Azha and prayed for their well-being and prosperity.
In his message of felicitations, the Governor has hoped that this festival would further strengthen the bonds of communal harmony, brotherhood, amity, and revive the glorious pluralistic ethos for which Jammu and Kashmir has been known for centuries past.
Governor prayed for peace, progress and prosperity in the State.
Advisors Vyas, Kumar, Ganai greet people on Eid
Advisors to Governor, B B Vyas, K Vijay Kumar and Khurshid Ahmad Ganai have extended greetings and good wishes to the people of the State on the auspicious occasion of Eid ul Azha.
In their separate messages, the Advisors observed that this festival symbolizes strength of faith and willingness to offer the dearest of things in the righteous path.
May this festival become a harbinger of peace, prosperity and well being for the people of Jammu and Kashmir, they prayed on the occasion.
They expressed the hope that this auspicious occasion would mark a new beginning in upholding the human values in the State and bring everlasting contentment and prosperity to the people.
Chief Secretary extends greetings to people on Eid-ul-Adha
Chief Secretary, Shri B V R Subrahmanyam has extended his heartiest greetings and good wishes to the people of the State on the auspicious Eid-ul Adha festival.
Chief Secretary observed that Eid-ul Adha festival symbolizes strength of faith and willingness to offer the dearest of things in the righteous path.
May the festival become a harbinger of peace, prosperity and well being for the people of the state, he prayed on the occasion.
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