Prime Minister Imran Khan has stressed the need of collectively working towards the progress and prosperity of the country and the nation, by leaving aside the petty regional, personal and racial hatreds as well as the reasonless prejudices.
“By taking guidance from the great event that occurred during this holy month, there is a more than ever need for us to promote the spirit of sacrifice, love and brotherhood, compassion, religious tolerance and patience, and acting on these great values,” the prime minister said in his message to the nation on the first Muharram-ul-Haram – the advent of new Hijri year on Wednesday (Sept 12).
He said, “On this blessed occasion of the advent of Islamic Year, I express my good wishes for the Pakistani nation and the Muslims, and pray to Allah Almighty that this year proves as a blessed year for the Muslim Ummah, Ameen.”
He said the month of Muharram-ul-Haram, which enjoyed great respect and reverence even before the advent of Islam, later got more value.
“The Hijri year starts from the migration of Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) and his loving Ashab (Companions), when they in order to save them from the oppression of anti-Islam elements and on the Command of Almighty Allah presented this great example of migration, which created an unprecedented relationship of brotherhood between Ansar and Mahajreen,” he added.
The prime minister said, “I pray to Almighty Allah to shower His blessings upon us, bring in peace, progress and prosperity in Pakistan, and bless our lives with the spirit of sacrifice and giving up, which is the real message of new Hijri Year.”
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