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Religious fervour marks Ramzan

Religious fervour marks Ramzan
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Muslims celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr with religious fervor throughout the district. They mark Ramzan as the end of Islam’s holy month. The day began with prayers followed by feasts with friends and family members. In Tirupati, the main function was held at Eidgah opposite Sri Venkateswara University where Muslims in big numbers of all age groups assembled for prayers.

Tirupati: Muslims celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr with religious fervor throughout the district. They mark Ramzan as the end of Islam’s holy month. The day began with prayers followed by feasts with friends and family members. In Tirupati, the main function was held at Eidgah opposite Sri Venkateswara University where Muslims in big numbers of all age groups assembled for prayers.

Highlights:

  • Muslims offer prayers at Eidgahs and greet each other
  • Tirupati MLA Suguna, former MP Chinta Mohan convey festival greetings to Muslims

Tirupati MLA M Suguna and former Congress MP Dr Chinta Mohan participated in the prayers and greeted the Muslims on the occasion. Suguna said the government is taking up several welfare schemes for the Muslims. She said officials on the instructions of Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu have distributed Ramzan tohfa for the Muslims ahead of their festival.

Chinta Mohan wished the children belonging to Muslims and exhorted them to pursue higher education in order to reach higher positions in the society. He also said that banks should come forward to give loans to Muslims which will help poor and unemployed. He called the state and central governments to extend all cooperation to minorities.

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