CM KCR Greets Muslims on Ramzan Festival

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Hyderabad, April 21: Chief Minister Sri K. Chandrashekhar Rao extended Ramzan festival greetings to Muslim brothers. CM KCR wished Muslims celebrate Eid Ul Fitr with all family members and relatives with the spirit of discipline, brotherhood, devotion and spirituality taught from the fasting during the loly month of Ramzan.

The Chief Minister prayed the Telangana State will be prosperous with the blessings of Almighty Allah and people live happy together with the blessings of God.

CM KCR reiterated that the land of Telangana symbolises the culture of ‘ Ganga, Jamuni Tehzeeb’ and the state government is always committed to preserve Secularism and religious harmony.

The Chief Minister said that the State Government extended support to Muslim community in many fields along with education and employment. CM KCR said that many schemes implemented to bring a qualitative change in Muslims lives are yielding good results.

The CM explained the state government allocated and spent nearly Rs 13,000 crore for Muslim welfare and development during 9 year self rule.
CM KCR said various schemes and action plan for the development of Minorities set an example for the country and the government’s efforts will continue for Muslims development.

The Chief Minister made it clear that efforts will be made to roll out the Muslim Minority Development Model, which is being implemented in Telangana State, across the country.

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