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President Bhandari, VP Pun, PM Deuba extend greetings on Bakra-Eid

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KATHMANDU, July 21: President Bidya Devi Bhandari said that a strong unity in social diversity would contribute to further consolidating sentiments.

In a message on the occasion of one of the greatest festivals of the Muslims-Bakra-Eid on Wednesday President Bhandari extended best wishes to all the Nepalis Muslims at home or abroad their happiness, peace, prosperity good health on the occasion.  

Bhandari asserted that festivals as such would preserve and the unique cultures and traditions of all the ethnic communities and people of all faiths. The President has urged all the Muslims to observe the festival precaution against COVID-19 since, she said, there was still risk of infection.

She also wished that may festival encourage one and all to help foster mutual goodwill, tolerance, and communal amity as well as help build a civilized, well-cultured and progressive society. 

In a similar message, Vice-president Nanda Bahadur Pun has extended best wishes to all Nepali Muslims on the occasion of Eid-Ul-Adha.

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In his message, Vice-president Pun has said that the festival of Eid-Ul-Adha is observed as a celebration of fraternity and family reunion and expressed the confidence that it would help promote national solidarity, social goodwill and mutual friendship in the country.

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He has also cautioned all to take note of the health protocol while observing the festival, as the threat of COVID-19 pandemic to exist.

Similarly, Prime Sher Bahadur Deuba has extended his best wishes to all the Nepalis Muslims on the occasion of Bakar-Eid (also known as Eid-ul-Adha) that falls on Wednesday. 

Urging all the Muslim communities to adhere to health safety protocols against COVID-19 while observing the festival, PM Deuba extended his greetings to all the Nepalis Muslims at home and abroad. 

Stating that festivals like Bakar-Eid would give the message of patience, tolerance, world peace and fraternity, Deuba, also the Presid

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