Nation ready to celebrate Eid Milad tomorrow

Day will dawn with a 31 and 21 guns salute in the federal and provincial capitals, respectively

APP October 18, 2021


Faithful will celebrate Miladun Nabi (PBUH) on Tuesday across the country with religious and traditional zeal, renewing the pledge to transform their lives in line with the Islamic principles and disseminate teachings of Allah Almighty's last Messenger across the globe.

The day will dawn with a 31 and 21 gun-salute in the federal and provincial capitals, respectively to pay homage to Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him). Special prayers will be offered in mosques for peace, progress and prosperity of the country, besides early liberation of Palestine and Kashmir from illegal occupation.

Prime Minister Imran Khan in a special televised address for 12 Rabiul Awwal has asked the entire nation including the media and minorities to fully participate in Eid Miladun Nabi (PBUH) celebrations.

The premier said that this is a month of blessings and happiness as Eid Miladun Nabi (PBUH) is celebrated by Muslims as the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

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The PM said that Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is a great leader of the world because quality of a great leader is to bring the people together and does not spread hate.

Imran has also directed the Ministry of Religious Affairs to celebrate Jashan-e-Eid Miladun Nabi (PBUH) across the country and specially mobilise the youth to play their active role in this regard.

Imran had also directed the federal ministers and members of parliament to celebrate Eid Miladun Nabi in their constituencies with full zeal.

An official of the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony while talking to APP said that arrangements had been finalised for holding 46th International Rehmatul-Lil-Aalameen (PBUH) conference in the federal capital on Monday as part of Eid Miladun Nabi (PBUH) celebrations in a befitting manner.


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