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Aug 15, 2021
7:11PM

Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu greets people on eve of Parsi New Year, Navroz

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Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu has greeted the people on the eve of Parsi New Year, Navroz.

In his message, he said, Navroz symbolizes the spirit of fraternity, compassion and respect for all.

Mr Naidu said, the Parsi community made vital contributions to the all-round development of the country.

He said, Navroz is an occasion for friends and family to come together in the celebration of kinship, brotherhood and unity.

Vice President appealed to everyone to celebrate Navroz by taking utmost precautions and adhering to Covid safety norms.
 

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