KM Kader Mohideen, the National President of the indian Muslim Union League (IUML), has urged the tamil Nadu government to approve the release of rice for preparing 'Nonbu Kanji,' a hot porridge-like dish served daily during the month of ramzan in mosques. He stated that every year, rice is distributed to mosques by the state government, and 'Kanji' is prepared for devotees to break their fast ('Iftar') during Ramzan. 

However, as of now, there is no information about this for the current year (2024), and the holy month of Ramadan is approaching soonIUML's Mohideen has appealed to tamil Nadu chief minister MK stalin and Food and Civil Supplies minister R Sakkarapani to expedite the matter. The month of Ramadan is determined by the sighting of the new moon, and this year it is expected to begin in early March.


Ramadan holds special significance for the Muslim community, as it is believed to be the month when Prophet Mohammed received the knowledge of the holy Quran. During Ramadan, Muslims observe fasting (roza) from sunrise to sunset, engage in worship, and perform charitable activities such as Zakat. The request for rice allocation aims to facilitate the preparation of 'Nonbu Kanji' for the community during the fasting month.

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