The Navi Mumbai Police continued its tradition of holding Roza-e-iftaar at Vashi where Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh naik was present along with the Comissioner of Police Ahmed Jadhav.
Carrying forward its tradition of holding Roza-e-Iftaar for the policemen of the city, Navi Mumbai Police held an Iftaar party at Vashi where Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik was present. Also present was Navi Mumbai Commissioner of Police Ahmed Javed, Additional Police Commissioner Ashok Dingre, DCP HQ Vijay Patil, DCP Zone 1 Purshottum Karad, DCP Crime D T Shinde and other senior police officials. Also present was NMMC leader of the House Vitthal More and Shamshad Ali. The month of Ramadan is the month of brotherhood, where all anger, worries and mistakes are forgotten and a sense of peace and harmony prevails in the society. It is the time of forgiveness and oneness and the celebration of good over evil. Something similar was felt at the Iftaar party by the Navi Mumbai Police where a huge dias was set with eateries and delicacies for the rozedaars to break their fast.
The Iftaar party organized by the Navi Mumbai Police reminded everyone how during elections corporators and political parties are always seen organizing roza-e-iftaars for the city to win brownie points with the voters ahead of elections. However, soon after the practice discontinues it begins again prior to the next elections. In other words, while political iftaar parties will be back only in 2014, the Navi Mumbai police should be applauded for organizing it every year with the aim of celebrating brotherhood and communal harmony of Navi Mumbai every Ramadan. Kudos to the Navi Mumbai Police. With cameraperson Santosh Bodhare, Monika Bhosale for NMTV News.