New Delhi, June 18: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday extended greetings to the Muslim community as the holy month of Ramzan begins.
Prime Minister Modi took to Twitter to share his message.
The Prime Minister tweeted: “My greetings to the Muslim community as the holy month of Ramzan begins. May this Ramzan bring peace and happiness in everyone’s lives.”
He further wrote: “May this Holy Month also enhance the spirit of harmony and togetherness in society.”
Muslims across the world observe a month of fasting and prayers during Ramzan to commemorate the revealing of the Quran to Prophet Mohammed.
Earlier on Tuesday, the Prime Minister Narendra called up his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif and extended best wishes on the occasion of Ramzan.
In his telephonic conversation, Modi also stressed the need for having “peaceful” and “friendly” bilateral ties amid a war of words between the two countries.
An official release said: “He reiterated to Prime Minister Sharif his message of peaceful, friendly and cooperative relations between the two countries.”
(With Agency Inputs)