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GUWAHATI, June 11 - Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today said that the month of Ramzan symbolizes peace and brotherhood among people irrespective of caste, creed and religion, besides motivating us to maintain restraint and work for the underprivileged.

Sonowal, while attending an Iftar get-together titled �Ramzan Aru Sampriti� organised by some journalists, urged one and all to work together for overall development of the State.

Organised at the Hazi Musafirkhana here this evening, the Iftar get-together was also attended by people from different walks of life.

Advocate Nekibur Zaman and chairman Haj committee said the initiative of the Guwahati-based journalists is a unique one and it was for the first time that such a programme was organised. The party was also attended by senior journalists Wasbir Hussain, Mrinal Talukdar and Nava Thakuria and senior police official Kula Saikia.

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Sonowal attends Iftar party

GUWAHATI, June 11 - Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today said that the month of Ramzan symbolizes peace and brotherhood among people irrespective of caste, creed and religion, besides motivating us to maintain restraint and work for the underprivileged.

Sonowal, while attending an Iftar get-together titled �Ramzan Aru Sampriti� organised by some journalists, urged one and all to work together for overall development of the State.

Organised at the Hazi Musafirkhana here this evening, the Iftar get-together was also attended by people from different walks of life.

Advocate Nekibur Zaman and chairman Haj committee said the initiative of the Guwahati-based journalists is a unique one and it was for the first time that such a programme was organised. The party was also attended by senior journalists Wasbir Hussain, Mrinal Talukdar and Nava Thakuria and senior police official Kula Saikia.