Bhubaneswar: With Ramzan set to begin later this month, Rajya Sabha member and Advisor to Odisha Government on Minority Affairs Munna Khan appealed to people of the minority community to support the state Government in its fight against the global COVID 19 pandemic and observe the festival at their respective homes without stepping outside during the lockdown.
In a video message, the actor turned politician wishes all the people of minority community on the eve of Ramzan, which will begin on April 24 and requested them not to step out of their respective houses under any circumstances for Taraweeh Namaz at mosques and Iftar party. He advised them to offer Namaz at their respective homes while maintaining social distancing.
“You all know the situation that the state and the country is going through due to the deadly coronavirus and how rapidly it is spreading its tentacles. We all have to support the state Government in its efforts to combat the spread the virus. I request all of you not to go to mosques to offer Namaz and to others’ houses or invite others for Iftar party. Observe the festival with your families,” he said in the video.
#RajyaSabha member Munna Khan, Advisor to #Odisha Govt on Minority Affairs, appeals to people of the minority community to support the Govt in its fight against #COVID19 & observe ensuing #Ramzan at their respective homes without stepping out during #lockdown
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