May This Festival Bring Brightness: PM Modi Wishes Happy Diwali
President Ram Nath Kovind also took to Twitter to wish the country on Diwali.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday, 14 November, took to Twitter to wish the country on the occassion of Diwali.
In the wee hours of Saturday, PM Modi tweeted:
“Wishing everyone a Happy Diwali! May this festival further brightness and happiness. May everyone be prosperous and healthy.”
On Friday, PM Modi had asked the citizens of the country to light a diya as a salute to our soldiers.
Let Us Celebrate a Pollution Free, Clean Diwali: President Kovind
Meanwhile, President Ram Nath Kovind also took to Twitter to wish the country on Diwali.
President Kovind expressed his heartiest congratulations to the people of the country, as well as Indians settled abroad and wrote that this festival inspires work in the service of humanity.
“On the auspicious occasion of Diwali, I extend my heartiest greetings and best wishes to all the fellow citizens living in India and abroad. May this grand festival of happiness and light bring delight, peace and prosperity to each and every house of our country.”President Kovind
Further, President Kovind pointed out that Diwali is a festival of cleanliness, and wrote:
“…so let us honor mother-nature by celebrating pollution-free, environment friendly and clean Diwali.”
Politicians Take To Twitter To Give Diwali Wishes
Union Minister Amit Shah wished the country a very Happy Diwali, and wished the countrymen prosperity, happiness and health.
Former CM of Uttar Pradesh, Mayawati wished the country a happy Diwali whilst reminding them of the perils of Coronavirus, and asked the country to celebrate with caution, keeping the pandemic protocols in mind.
Uttar Pradesh’s CM, Yogi Adityanath wished the country a Happy Diwali and blessings of Lord Ram. He invited the country to attend a virtual Diwali for those who couldn’t travel to Ram’s birth place, Ayodhya to celebrate Diwali.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal wished the country blessings of Goddess Laxmi and asked the people of Delhi to come together at 7.39 pm today, 14 November to chant and perform Diwali Puja that will be broadcast on TV.
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