President Ram Nath Kovind sent Christmas greetings to the nation on Saturday, urging people to commit to building a society founded on the ideals of justice and liberty.
President wishes the nation
“Merry Christmas to our fellow citizens in India and abroad, especially to our Christian brothers and sisters.” In a tweet, Kovind stated, “On this wonderful occasion, let us pledge to develop a society founded on the ideals of justice and liberty, and to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ in our lives.”
On Christmas Eve, the President also wished the nation.
“This event emphasises peace, harmony, and compassion in people’s lives, as well as solidarity and brotherhood among society’s members. Even now, Jesus Christ’s message of love and compassion inspires the entire human race “On Friday, he stated.
PM Modi wishes all Merry Christmas
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also wished everyone a happy Christmas and reminded them of Jesus Christ’s teachings.
“Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas!” We recall Jesus Christ’s life and good teachings, which placed a premium on service, charity, and humility. May everyone be happy and healthy. “May there be peace in the world,” Prime Minister Modi wrote on Twitter.
As India enters the holiday season, numerous governments have set restrictions to prevent the spread of the Omicron strain of the coronavirus.
For the second year in a row, Christmas will be a quiet occasion in the Capital, as most churches have instructed parishioners to attend mass online on Saturday.
From January 1, Haryana has strictly prohibited people from moving between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. Furthermore, due to mounting concerns about the new variety, meetings of more than 200 people have been forbidden in public spaces and in other programmes.
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