"May Id-ul-Fitr, the Festival of Breaking the Fast, develop self-control, promote inter-religious harmony, tolerance, universal brotherhood and usher in peace, progress and prosperity," he said in a Raj Bhavan statement.
   
Extending her greetings, Jayalalithaa recalled her government's welfare measures for Muslims, including provision of 4500 tonnes of rice to over 3000 mosques in the state to prepare gruel.
   
She urged one and all to live by the words of Prophet Mohammed such as compassion, brotherhood and charity.
   
DMK president M Karunanidhi said Prophet Mohammed's preachings related to honesty and other good aspects one had to imbibe.
   
DMDK founder and Opposition Leader in Tamil Nadu Assembly, Vijayakant, PMK founder S Ramadoss, TNCC president BS Gnanadesikan and MDMK leader Vaiko also extended their Ramzan greetings.

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