Hindus celebrate Holi on Monday; President, PM Extends Greetings

Hindu community celebrate their Holi festival in Pakistan and all over the world on Monday. President and Prime Minister of Pakistan extend their warm wishes to Hindus. 

Holi, the festival of colors, is being celebrated by Hindu community in Pakistan and all over the world today. This colorful festival marks the arrival of the spring season that symbolize joy, renewal, as well as the victory of good over evil.  

President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif have both extended their warm wishes to Hindus on their religious event. In the message, President Zardari emphasized the importance of unity and paid tribute to Hindu community for their contributions in national development. 

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He further said, “Holi is a time to celebrate the victory of good over evil”. “The services of Hindu community to Pakistan is admirable. Our country embraces people of all faiths, and the constitution ensures religious freedom. Let’s unite together for the progress of our nation.”

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif echoed these sentiments, expressing pride in Pakistan’s diverse society.  “We celebrate the rich diversity of our country, which includes people from various cultures, religions, languages, and ethnicities,” he said. 

Chairman of the Pakistan’s Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto also extended his greetings to the Hindu community on the occlusion of Holi. He emphasized on the commitment of PPP to uphold the rights of every citizen, regardless of their background. 

He said, “As Paistanis, we stand in solidarity with our Hindu brothers and sisters as they celebrate their special event”. “The PPP remains dedicated to ensure that every citizen can practice their beliefs freely without any fear.”

Holi is the most special event for Hindus, who celebrate it with enthusiasm and fervor. In this festival, they pass this day by throwing colored powder and water, dancing and singing, and the sharing of meals and sweets. 

In Pakistan, where different types of religions coexists, occasions like Holi serve as reminders of the country’s multicultural heritage. They give opportunities to people of different religions to come together in celebration and mutual respect.

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