President, Vice President & PM Modi greet citizens on Ramzan

RSTV Bureau
File Photo: Muslim devotees offer prayers at Eidgah. (PTI Photo)

File Photo: Muslim devotees offer prayers at Eidgah. (PTI Photo)

President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted citizens on Ramzan.

President hoped that the pious month of fasting will inspire all to be compassionate and kind towards others, especially the needy ones.

Ramzan, the Islamic month of prayers and fasting, will began from Saturday in the country.

“Ramzan Mubarak to all. May this pious month inspires us to be compassionate and kind towards others, especially those in need,” he tweeted.

“On this occasion, let us resolve to defeat COVID-19 through our collective determination and discipline,” the President said.

Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu also extended Ramzan wishes to the nation.

But the Vice President also put in a word of caution – urged everyone not to hold large gathering in times of COVID-19 pandemic.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday extended greetings on the beginning of the holy month of Ramzan, saying may the people achieve a decisive victory in the ongoing battle against coronavirus and create a healthier planet.

The Prime Minister said may the holy month bring with it abundance of kindness, harmony and compassion. “May we achieve a decisive victory in the ongoing battle against COVID-19 and create a healthier planet,” he wrote on Twitter.

“Ramzan Mubarak! I pray for everyone’s safety, well-being and prosperity,” PM Modi said.