Leaders greets nation on Diwali
October 28, 2019
Diwali was celebrated with much pomp and grandeur across India on 27 October. Many prominent leaders from across India took to their social media to wish people on the occasion of Diwali. One of the first people to wish was Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Like every year, Modi celebrated Diwali with soldiers. He was at Rajouri in Jammu and Kashmir celebrating it with soldiers at the Line of Control (LoC).
Best wishes to everyone on the occasion of Diwali. May the festival of lights bring a new light in everyone's life and our country be illuminated with happiness, prosperity and good luck. Wishing you all a Happy #Diwali-Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India.
People, irrespective of the states they belonged to, celebrated Diwali across the country. Preparations had already begun a few days back. "Greetings and best wishes to fellow citizens on the auspicious occasion of Deepawali. Let us on this day try to bring happiness in the lives of those who are less fortunate and needy by lighting the lamp of love, care and sharing", tweeted Ramnath Kovind, President of India.
Meanwhile, the air quality of all the major cities and towns across India dropped down to extremely poor levels due to air pollution from bursting of firecrackers. Two days back, officials had already warned about the pollution levels dropping in the national capital of New Delhi.