Jashan-e-Eid Miladun Nabi (PBUH) was celebrated with religious fervour ahead of the birthday of Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him), across the country on November 21, 12 Rabi ul Awal.
On this religious occasion, Prime Minister Imran Khan asked the nation to make a “firm pledge that it will follow [the] life of Holy Prophet (PBUH) in true spirit whilst rising above any petty interests”. “He [PM Khan] urged countrymen to promote unity, tolerance, brotherhood and interfaith harmony,” according to a tweet shared by the Government of Pakistan.
President Arif Alvi in a message said: “We should give preference to collective national and religious interests and bring positive change in our deeds and actions to transform the country in accordance with the state of Madina.” While speaking at the two-day international Rehmatul-il-Alameen Conference at Islamabad’s Jinnah Convention Centre, President Alvi Alvi said the “Prophet was a great role model for mankind in every aspect of life and that we should follow the golden teachings of the Prophet in their true spirit”, reported Radio Pakistan.
People celebrated Eid Milad with religious fervor, and decorated mosques, government and private buildings, markets, shopping centres and roads across the country with flags and colorful lights to mark the religious event. Other than decoration, people purchased badges, stickers, flags, and banners inscribed with religious slogans to pay respect and show love to the Holy Prophet (PBUH) across the country.
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23 August, 2019