Hyderabad: AIMIM President and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi has urged Telangana residents to keep the calm ahead of the state’s Milad un Nabi celebrations. Milad un Nabi, Prophet Muhammad’s birth anniversary, will be observed on September 28, the same day as Ganesh Chaturthi.
Owaisi underlined the need of peacefully celebrating both festivities and warned against any attempts to disrupt the state’s peaceful atmosphere. He admitted that there may be persons who wish to disrupt Telangana’s calm, but he voiced faith in the state’s people to prevent such disruptions.
Concerning the Milad un Nabi event, Owaisi stressed that a decision will be made later to guarantee that it did not disrupt the state’s calm atmosphere.Previously, the Sunni United Forum of India (SUFI) announced the cancellation of its annual Milad un Nabi march, which is conducted on the 12th of Rabi ul Awwal.
According to the state’s holiday schedule for 2023, the Telangana government has announced a vacation for Milad un Nabi on September 28.
In addition to Milad un Nabi, Telangana has declared official vacations for Arbayeen, Sri Krishna Astami, and Vinayaka Chavithi this month. Arbayeen is commemorated on September 6, while Sri Krishna Astami and Vinayaka Chaturthi are on September 7 and 18, respectively.
28 September ko Milad-un-Nabiﷺ bhi hai aur Ganesh Chaturthi bhi hai. Main Telangana ke awaam se appeal karta hoon ke wo aman ko barqaraar rakhiye#MiladunNabi #AIMIM #GaneshChaturthipic.twitter.com/yNF88gC67c
— Asaduddin Owaisi (@asadowaisi) September 3, 2023
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