“Before attending Nitish Kumar’s Iftar party, Bihar government gave big facilities to minority employees”
“Nitish Kumar wore white kurta pyjama and cap at the Iftar party in Phulwari Sharif”
“Nitish Kumar was welcomed with the best arrangements during the Iftar party”
PATNA: On the evening of April 2nd, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was seen at an Iftar party organized by the Islamia Group of Institutions in Phulwari Sharif, Patna. The event was attended by several prominent leaders of the Bihar government, including Minister Vijay Chaudhary.
The stage for the party had a large hoarding of the Red Fort in the backdrop, adding to the festive ambiance of the event. Nitish Kumar and other leaders were dressed in traditional attire, with white kurta and pyjama, and a special cap for the iftar.
According to news agency ANI,
The organizers had made excellent arrangements to welcome the Chief Minister and his team. Nitish Kumar was served dates and other fruits on a plate, and he picked up a date with a spoon or fork and ate it. He was also honored with a bouquet and shawl, and presented with a white cap to wear during the event.
The Iftar was organized by JDU MLC Khalid Anwar, and was a symbol of communal harmony and peace in the region. The event was attended by people from all walks of life, and served as a reminder of the importance of coming together and celebrating our differences.
The presence of Nitish Kumar and other leaders at the Iftar party was a heartening sign of their commitment to promoting communal harmony and peaceful coexistence in Bihar. The event was a testament to the power of dialogue and understanding, and a reminder that we can all work together to build a better and more inclusive society.
Nitish’s eye on minority votes before Lok Sabha elections
Let us tell that Nitish Kumar has been attending Iftar parties earlier also. Recently, he had also taken out Samadhan Yatra in Bihar. The purpose of the yatra was to woo other voter groups along with minority voters in favor of JDU before the Lok Sabha elections. Recently, before the start of Ramadan, the government had given many facilities to the minority employees.
In the instructions issued by the government, it was said that the Muslim employees, officers of the state can reach the office one hour earlier and leave one hour earlier in the month of Ramzan. However, the BJP lodged a protest against this decision of the state government.