Hindu officer observes “Roza” in place of his Muslim driver

Hindu officer observes “Roza” in place of his Muslim driver

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Guwahati, May 31, 2019:

At the time when Hindus are more Hindus, Muslims have turned into more Muslims with the thought of religious divide; a Forest Officer has set a different example of brotherhood.

This time, Ramzan has filled with another story to promote communal harmony and peace in the country.

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Sanjay N Mali, a Divisional Forest Officer in Buldhana in Maharastra, observed 'Roza' (fast that the Muslims exercise during the month of Ramzan) in place of his driver, Zafar.

As per reports, Mali observed the Roza in place of his driver as he was unable to perform the rituals of the Ramzan because of his poor health condition. So to support him, Mali kept the fast.

From May 6, Mali has been keeping roza. He wakes up at 4 am and eats something. Then he breaks the Roza after 7 pm.

The division may be brought with thousands, but a single example is enough to touch the hearts of people who have been fighting for ages in the name of caste, creed, and religion.

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