Holi, President Kovind and PM Narendra Modi gave the best wishes
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Holi, President Kovind and PM Narendra Modi gave the best wishes

Holi, President Kovind, and PM Narendra Modi gave the best wishes

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Kovind gave Holi greetings to the countrymen. The festival of Holi is being celebrate with great enthusiasm in the country. From the morning, children from their homes are dancing each other in colors. Holi is listening to echo. Somewhere the water is blossoming somewhere. The joy and excitement of the children’s movement are visible in all the energy flows. Even today, for the Holi children, are showing their parents in the shops. Somebody is celebrating a big drink; so someone wants more water than water.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi

In balconies and street people are giving each other a message of Happy Holi. In such a way, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has greeted the countrymen best wishes to Holi. He wrote in his tweets, many good wishes to all the people of the holy festival of Holi.

President Ramnath Kovind

President Ramnath Kovind and Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan congratulated the countrymen on the auspicious occasion of Holi and the desire for friendship and harmony in the country wished to be strong. In his message, the President said, “On the auspicious occasion of Holi, my congratulations and greetings to all the citizens.” He said, “On this occasion, I wish that the spirit of friendship and cordiality in all the countries should be strengthene and all There is communication of happiness, enthusiasm, and hope in the life of Jupiter. ”

Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan said in his message, “On the festive occasion of Holi, I convey my best wishes to all my brothers and sisters. A vibrant festival filled with colors of Holi gives everyone a message of social harmony; unity, and mutual brotherhood.

In the Delhi, police have made extensive arrangements to prevent any untoward incident during Holi. A sufficient number of personnel have been deploye to prevent law and order maintenance and traffic violations. Special Commissioner of Police and Delhi Police Chief Spokesperson Dipendra Pathak said that strict action will be taken against those who violate the rowdy, flirt and traffic rules.

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