Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday congratulated the nation on Eidul Azha and urged citizens not to forget people who are deprived in this hour of happiness, Radio Pakistan reported.
M Khan, in his message, prayed to Almighty Allah to accept our sacrifices and prayers.
‘Sacrifice is a universal devotion without which no nation can progress,’ he said. ‘Sacrifice aims at submitting oneself before the will of Allah.’
The prime minister also reminded the nation to remember the sacrifices rendered for protection, reconstruction and development of the country.
President Mamnoon Hussain also congratulated and extended his greetings to the nation on Eidul Azha.
“Pakistanis need to follow the lessons of Sunnat-e-Ibrahimi, which teaches humans to sacrifice their egos, which is the key factor behind numerous problems,” he said.
Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry also wished fellow Pakistanis a very happy Eid.
“This symbolic day of thankfulness, love, sincerity, submission and purity reminds us of the great personalities. On this sacred day, we concur we will not avoid rendering any sacrifice for the safety of Pakistan,” he said.
The nation is celebrating Eidul Azha today with great religious zeal and fervor.