A ceremony was organized in connection with the 38th Annual Muslim Day Parade in Brooklyn, New York. The ceremony began with the recitation of the Holy Quran and Naat-e-Rasool-e-Maqbool.
President of the Muslim Foundation of America, Mian Fayyaz, while addressing the participants, said that if all the Pakistani Muslims living here work hard, they can make this parade successful. While addressing the participants, the founder of the Muslim Day Parade, Ain-ul-Haq said that every year, the parade is organized for the unity and solidarity of Muslims of New York. He further said that the aim was to prove the unity and solidarity of Muslims in all countries.
Chairperson of the Muslim day Parade, Faras Fiaz, said that more and more people should participate in this parade to make it successful.
Participants of the event said that the first Muslim Day parade is being organized after Covid-19 for the promotion of Islamic traditions and values, which is the responsibility of all of us to make it successful. The Muslim Day Parade will begin on September 25th in Manhattan. Participants have requested the community to participate in the maximum number.