Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today extended his warm greetings to people particularly Muslims of the state and the country on the occasion of Eid.
Nitish visited historic Gandhi Maidan of Patna in morning and interacted with large number of Muslims and extended warm greetings to them on the occasion of Eid, who offered Namaz to mark the event. He also met Imam Idain Hajrat Maulana Mahsood Ahmad Quadri Nadvi and exchanged pleasantries with them to mark the festival.
In his message, the CM exhorted the people to celebrate the Eid festival witha the spirit of love, brotherhood and mutual co-existence. Eid was celebrated by Muslims after one month of Ramzan during which they observed fast in this peak season of summer, he said adding that the month of Ramzan appeared like ‘Tapasya’ for Muslims who strictly followed the norms of holy month Ramzan.
Nitish said that people of all communities should work hard for the development of Bihar forgetting their all sorts of differences on the basis of caste and creed. It would be really a great day for Bihar if people of the state started living in the spirit of brotherhood and love, he said adding that peace was essential for development of Bihar and those involved in spreading hatred and tension would not be spared at any cost.
Chief Minister also visited Phulwarisharif of Patna where he met Khanquah-Mujeebia of Phulwarisharif Sajjadanshin Hajrat Syed Shah Aaytullah Quadri and greeted him on the occasion of Eid.
Reports of Eid celebrations have also been received from other parts of the state.