Kerala Muslim Cultural Centre in Dubai is set to take UAE’s 49th National Day event beyond borders. They have planned massive virtual celebrations on December 4.
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14 November 2020, 12:00 AM
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The Kerala Muslim Cultural Centre (KMCC) in Dubai has seized the opportunity to take this year’s celebrations beyond borders amidst the pandemic.
Dubai KMCC has announced that many people back in India are scheduled to join in with 5,000 members of KMCC from various countries participating in the virtual celebrations planned on December 4.
KMCC’s annual UAE National Day celebrations used to be held over a month and included several cultural programmes, activities in sports, arts and games as well as a parade in association with Dubai Police. Last year, the main event was inaugurated by UAE Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence Shaikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan.
President Ibrahim Elettil said, “To express our continued commitment and solidarity to this country and its leaders, we are holding virtual celebrations this year. We are inviting senior officials from the UAE to the event. Many leaders from India and KMCC members from GCC, Europe and America would also attend”.
The 49th UAE National Day will be celebrated via a massive virtual event in which UAE government officials representing various government departments would be honoured for their services to the expat community, especially during the pandemic.