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New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday greeted the people on the eve of Parsi New Year.

“Greetings and good wishes to all my Parsi brothers and sisters on the joyous occasion of Navroz,” the president said in a statement.

He said that over the years, the Parsi community of India has immensely enriched the country and contributed enormously to its prosperity and welfare.

“Navroz represents new beginnings. May this festival bring happiness and prosperity to all and inspire us to spread the message of amity and goodwill far and wide,” the president added.

(IANS)

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