Governor E S L Narasimhan today extended greetings and good wishes to all the Muslims in the State on the occasion of Bakrid (Id-ul-Zuha).
The Governor stated, "On the solemn occasion of Bakrid (Id-ul-Zuha), I extend my cordial greetings and good wishes to all my Muslim brethren in State. Bakrid holds immense significance in the Islamic faith and is celebrated with great reverence. Bakrid symbolizes sacrifice, absolute devotion to God and compassion for the poor. It also emphasizes the principle of sharing. Let this spirit of charity and goodwill towards all be cherished and nourished."
Bakrid will be celebrated on Monday, August 12.
Several other top leaders, including CM K Chandrashekar Rao, also greeted the Muslims.
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