‘Recall noble teachings of Jesus Christ’: PM Modi, President Kovind extend greetings on Christmas

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PM Narendra Modi and President Ram Nath Kovind prolonged Christmas greetings to the voters on Saturday morning.

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Top Minister Narendra Modi wished the voters on the occassion of Christmas. (Image: PTI/File)

Top Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday wished the voters on the occasion of Christmas as the country celebrates the festival amid renewed Covid-19 restrictions.

Taking to Twitter, PM Modi acknowledged, “Christmas greetings to all and sundry! We put off the existence and safe teachings of Jesus Christ, which positioned topmost emphasis on service, kindness and humility. Could well additionally all and sundry be healthy and prosperous. Could well additionally there be harmony all over.”

Christmas greetings to all and sundry! We put off the existence and safe teachings of Jesus Christ, which positioned topmost emphasis on service, kindness and humility. Could well additionally all and sundry be healthy and prosperous. Could well additionally there be harmony all over.

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) December 25, 2021

President Ram Nath Kovind additionally tweeted Christmas greetings. “Merry Christmas to fellow voters, especially to our Christian brothers and sisters, in India and in one other country. On this joyous occasion, let us discover to the bottom of to assassinate a society that is in step with the values of justice & liberty and undertake the teachings of Jesus Christ in our lives,” President Kovind acknowledged in the tweet.

Merry Christmas to fellow voters, especially to our Christian brothers and sisters, in India and in one other country. On this joyous occasion, let us discover to the bottom of to assassinate a society that is in step with the values of justice & liberty and undertake the teachings of Jesus Christ in our lives.

— President of India (@rashtrapatibhvn) December 25, 2021

Following a surge in conditions of the Omicron variant of coronavirus in India, many states have reimposed restrictions on mass gatherings, especially in the wake of Christmas and Recent three hundred and sixty five days celebrations.

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