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Manipur Governor, CM extend Id-Ul-Zuha greetings

Manipur Governor Anusuiya Uikey urged all to set aside differences and strive to usher in an era of peace and harmony in the state.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 17 Jun 2024, 4:56 am

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Manipur Governor Anusuiya Uikey on Sunday extended greetings and good wishes to the people of the state especially to the Muslim brethren on the auspicious occasion of Id-Ul-Zuha.

The Governor, in her greetings, elucidated that Id-Ul-Zuha means ‘festival of sacrifice’, signifying the spirit of sacrifice rising above the narrow barriers of one’s ego and self-interest for the good of all. The festival promotes tolerance, harmony and goodwill amongst different communities, she added.

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She urged all to set aside differences and strive to usher in an era of peace and harmony in the state.

Chief Minister N Biren Singh also extended greetings to the people of the state especially to the Muslim brethren on the occasion of Id-ul-Zuha festival.

In his message, the chief minister said that Id-Ul-Zuha commemorates the supreme sacrifice of Prophet Ibrahim for the sake of mankind and his devotion to Allah.

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He asserted that the day signifies the spirit of sacrifice rising above the narrow barriers of one’s ego and self-interest for the good of all. The festival holds special relevance today as the state is facing divisive forces bent upon destroying the state’s integrity and our age-old fabric of harmonious living, he asserted.

The chief minister wished that the festival unites the people and promotes the spirit of common brotherhood for a peaceful Manipur.

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