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COVID-19 will not affect festive spirit of Eid: MA Naqvi

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COVID-19 will not affect festive spirit of Eid: MA Naqvi

COVID-19 will not affect festive spirit of Eid: MA Naqvi

While speaking to ANI in the national capital on May 24, the Union Minister of Minority Affairs, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi spoke on Eid-ul-Fitr celebration.

He said, "For the first time, we will offer prayer and celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr at home due to COVID-19 pandemic but that will not affect the festive spirit." "We will pray that the country gets rid of COVID-19 at the earliest," Minority Affairs Minister added.

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