Aligarh: Declaration of time together with Eid-ul-adha prayers

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City Mufti Mohammad Khalid Hameed has also announced the time of the Eid-ul-Adha (Bakrid) prayers this time. As with Eid, with the corona epidemic, there have been doubts that the prayers of Idul Azha will be offered in the Idgah.
The city’s mufti said that on July 21, Eid-ul-Adha prayers will be held at 7:00 am in Idgah in Shahjamal, 7:15 am in Jama Masjid in Uparkot and at 7:30 am in Bu Ali Shah Masjid. However, people must strictly adhere to the guidelines of Kovid-19 during the namaz.
He said that people in nearby mosques should offer Bakrid prayers so the crowd doesn’t get overcrowded. The city mufti appealed to the population not to throw useless things down the drain, on the streets and on the streets after the animal sacrifice. Pay attention to the feelings of others because this festival is a symbol of sacrifice and sacrifice.

City Mufti Mohammad Khalid Hameed has also announced the time of the Eid-ul-Adha (Bakrid) prayers this time. As with Eid, with the corona epidemic, there have been doubts that the prayers of Idul Azha will be offered in the Idgah.

The city’s mufti said that on July 21, Eid-ul-Adha prayers will be held at 7:00 am in Idgah in Shahjamal, 7:15 am in Jama Masjid in Uparkot and at 7:30 am in Bu Ali Shah Masjid. However, people must strictly adhere to the guidelines of Kovid-19 during the namaz.

He said that people in nearby mosques should offer Bakrid prayers so the crowd doesn’t get overcrowded. The city mufti appealed to the population not to throw useless things down the drain, on the streets and on the streets after the animal sacrifice. Pay attention to the feelings of others, because this festival is a symbol of sacrifice and sacrifice.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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