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    KCR extends greetings to Muslims on Milad-Un-Nabi

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    Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao wished Muslims a happy Milad-Un-Nabi festival. He acknowledged that Muslims consider this day, which is the birthday of Prophet Muhammad, to be very important. According to him, the Muslim community believes that Almighty Allah designated Muhammad as the last Prophet to spread peace. The Chief Minister hopes that Prophet Muhammad’s teachings of peace, compassion, religious thinking, charity, unity, and equality will spread worldwide. He also mentioned that the State Government’s schemes for the socio-economic and spiritual development of the Muslim minority have been successful. KCR assured that the government will continue its efforts to preserve the spirit of “Ganga Jamuni Tahzeeb” in Telangana.

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