New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid tribute to people celebrating Eid al Adha or Bakrid on Wednesday (July 20, 2021) and said that this festival should promote collective empathy, harmony and tolerance in society.
Modi wrote on the Microblogging Twitter website: “I extend my best wishes to Eid ul Adha. May this day further promote the spirit of collective empathy, harmony and tolerance, and serve the highest interests,” Modi said in a tweet.
At the same time, President Ram Nath Kovind (Ram Nath Kovind) also sent blessings to citizens celebrating the holiday and asked people to comply with the COVID19 safety guidelines.
“Eid Mubarak to all our compatriots. Eid ul Zuha is a festival to express respect for love and sacrifice, and to work together for unity and brotherhood in an inclusive society. Let us resolve to follow the COVID19 guidelines for the happiness of all. Work hard, “President Kovind said on Twitter.
In the shadow of the coronavirus outbreak, Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al Adha or Bakrid, one of the two Muslim holidays.
Saudi Arabia declared it on July 20, and the Shahi Imam of the Jama Mosque in Delhi declared it as India’s Eid al-Adha on July 21. This special day is considered to be the second of the two most important Islamic festivals celebrated every year in the world.