Deputy Chief Minister Mahmood Ali visited Nizam College Grounds to review the arrangements of CM’s Iftar party to be held on June 26. All arrangements were finalised in the review meeting held with high officials of various departments.
About 6000 people of different walks of life are expected to participate in the Iftar party at Nizam College on June 26. Special enclosures are being set up for VIPs. Arrangement is being made for 250 persons in VVIP section while for 550 persons in VIP section. Arrangement for 3000 persons will be made in general category. Entry will be through invitation card.
Mahmood Ali said that the Iftar party will be conducted at 100 noted masajid in the twin cities and at major masajid in all Mandal headquarters of the districts simultaneously on June 26.
The Deputy Chief Minister stated that the Government has taken a decision to distribute clothes to about six lakhs of poor Muslims against the previous decision of giving them to 2 lakh people. Thus, three persons of a poor Muslim family will get benefit on the occasion.
Water proof tents, to withstand rains, are being used at the Nizam College grounds on the day he said. Minority Secretary Omar Jaleel, Roads and Buildings Secretary Sunil Sharma and others were present on the occasion.