Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party (JKAP) president Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari on Friday greeted people on the eve of holy month of Ramadan.
In a message issued here, Bukhari said this Ramadan will be particularly challenging, but the values of compassion, charity and sacrifice are more important now than ever before.
“At this time of year, I want to greet people for the holy month of Ramadan at home and across the world who are beginning the sacred month. As we enter Ramadan, unfortunately most of the Muslims won’t be sharing the joy of this month as they normally do in light of Coronavirus,” the JKAP president remarked.
He however, observed that Ramadan brings out common qualities that people have; of compassion, of sharing, of supporting each other and the qualities people need more than ever just at this time of pandemic.
“May almighty Allah bless us all during this holy month. I take this opportunity to wish Ramdan Mubarak to one and all. May Allah accept our fasts and prayers. I also urge the divisional administration of Jammu and Kashmir to ensure all basic amenities to the people during this holy month,” Bukhari said.
He added, “The household requirements of people increase exponentially during this holy month. It is therefore imperative for the state administration to ensure a hassle free Ramdan to people. I impress upon the incumbent Lieutenant Governor’s administration to ensure all facilities to people across the state,” he demanded.