Telangana CM KCR extended wishes on Ramazan, requested to follow guidelines

Apr 13 2021 09:48 PM
Telangana CM KCR extended wishes on Ramazan, requested to follow guidelines

Holy Month of Ramzan has started in India. In this occasion Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao extended wishes to the Muslims community people. He wished that the fasting and prayers performed during the month of Ramadan would bring harmony and happiness. Let us share that he also wanted the culture of Ganga Jamuni Tehjeeb prevailing in the State continues to flourish and the spirit of brotherhood among people would strengthen further.

 

As due to increasing cases in Telangana He also pointing out that the Telangana government was treating all religions with equal respect and working tirelessly to maintain communal harmony. He also requested to celebrate under Covid- 19 Guidelines. He state that  government has numerous developmental and welfare programmes for economically backward Muslims. He said the State government’s support through schemes like Shaadi Mubarak was contributing to bring a qualitative change in the lives of poor Muslim women. He stated that several schemes were being successfully implemented for the education of Muslim minority children and was happy that the minority residential welfare schools were yielding good results.

He urged the Muslim brethren to offer prayers in strict compliance with the Covid-19 guidelines issued by the government in the wake of the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic in the State.

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