Bilawal, Zardari facilitate nation on Eidul Azha
PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and PPP Co-Chairperson and former president Asif Ali Zardari have facilitated Muslims living in Pakistan and all over the world on the occasion of Eidul Azha, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
PPP Chairman Bilawal appealed to the countrymen to celebrate Eid with simplicity as the country was still in the midst of Covid-19 pandemic. He exhorted people to take care and be safe.
He said that Eidul Azha reminds us to surrender to the Will of Allah and have strong faith in Him. It teaches us to render sacrifice for the greater cause while putting aside our self-interest, her added.
He asked the people not to forget those people who are deprived of the basic necessities of life while celebrating Eid. He urged the people to observe the SOPs in order to stop the spread of coronavirus. He exhorted that every citizen should come forward to get vaccinated against this disease.
Bilawal posted a tweet on Wednesday and wrote: “Eid Mubarak everyone! Remember we are still in the midst of the COVID pandemic. Please stay safe, stay home and celebrate Eid-al-Adha with simplicity.”
Bilawal said on this auspicious occasion of Eid, he was reminded of Kashmiri people. The Kashmiris could not enjoy this occasion due to the unbridled barbarism of the Indian army.
The PPP chairman showed solidarity with the families of martyrs of armed forces of the country, police and civil administration. He hoped that the sacred day of Eidul Azha would bring tidings of happy future for the whole world.
He prayed that may this world becomes a citadel of peace while forgetting all differences on this sacred day.
PPP Co-Chairman and former president Asif Ali Zardari in his Eid message facilitated the nation. He urged the nation to include those people in their happiness who deserve help on this auspicious occasion. He said this day teaches us a lesson of sacrifice. He stated that to establish ourselves as a civilized nation, we must learn the principles of patience, tolerance and forgiveness.