“Merry Christmas! May this special day further the spirit of harmony and joy in our society. We recall the noble thoughts of Lord Christ and the emphasis on serving society,” PM Modi Tweeted.
Today people all over the world join in celebrating Christmas. President Draupadi Murmu visited Delhi’s famous Sacred Heart Cathedral Church on Christmas Eve. Attended an event with children and a picture from here was shared on his official Twitter handle.
The photo was shared with the caption, “President prays for progress and welfare of humanity”. He added, “I wish all my countrymen, especially my Christian brothers and sisters, a Merry Christmas”. He attended the functions organized here and spent some time with the children.
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Draupadi Murmu Tweeted, “Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas! On this day, let us remember the message of kindness and brotherhood given by Jesus Christ. May we spread joy and positivity and have the spirit of compassion towards fellow beings and the environment”.
Apart from the President, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also wished people a ‘Merry Christmas’, tweeting, “Merry Christmas! May this special day further the spirit of harmony and joy in our society. We recall the noble thoughts of Lord Christ and the emphasis on serving society”.
Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, was also seen celebrating ‘Christmas’ till late night. A large number of people gathered at the Cathedral Church of Hazratganj and prayed to remember Lord Jesus. Christmas is celebrated all over the world without restrictions. But the way Corona has started to show its ferocity again in China, the fear of Corona among people has started to form again.
The British Prime Minister of Indian origin called all bureaucrats on Friday and wished them a Merry Christmas. From government workers to social workers, the Prime Minister of Britain personally called everyone. “Whether you work in Mogadishu or Milton Keynes this Christmas, I want to thank you personally for your sacrifice,” he said.
He further said, “This year is very important, extraordinary for many reasons. But most of all, it has been a year in which the true spirit of Britain has been demonstrated, from the support given to our Ukrainian friends to those in need of help in other countries have been given that much-needed help. I would like to thank all the friends, neighbours, volunteers, government workers and people involved in the emergency services who are working this Christmas for your dedication and sacrifice”.