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Namazis offer oath prayers in the mosque near the bus station.
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Maharajganj. The Bakrid Festival was traditionally celebrated in the district. After sacrificing Namaz at 9:30 a.m., the people of Muslim society prayed for the country’s well-being. Happy oath by hugging. After that, the era of sacrifice began. In order to maintain peace and order, the police remained vigilant in and around the mosques of their respective police stations.
Prayers for peace were offered in Nautanwan, Paratavalam, Nichlaul, Mithoura, Ghughuli, Siswa Bazar, Farenda and Sadar. In view of the corona epidemic, the imams of the mosque offered Namaz in two shifts.
Maulana Ziauddin, the director of Mithoura Madrasa, said that the festival of sacrifice is celebrated in memory of the sacrifice that Hazrat Ibrahim Alaihis Salam made to the beloved son Ismail to please Allah. Eid-ul-Adha is associated with sacrifice. It is a means by which a person attains the pleasure of Allah.
According to the Nautanvan Dialogue, prayers were said in mosques in Bakrid city on Wednesday morning. People of the Muslim society worshiped Allah according to the Corona guidelines. Meanwhile, SDM Ram Sajeevan Maurya, CO Komal Prasad Mishra and SHO Rajesh Kumar Pandey continued to tour the area given security. According to Chowk Dialog, DC MNREGA Anil Chaudhary and SHO Brijesh Singh visited the area and took stock of security. Imam Mohammad Umar said prayers in the Madrasa Darul Uloom Quddusia Ahle Sunnat Fakhrul Olum Parsauni. Muslim believers believe that it is pleasing to Allah to sacrifice the most popular animals. DM Dr. Ujjwal Kumar said that officers were deployed in key locations in the district. Bakrid was celebrated peacefully. SP Pradeep Gupta said the police had remained vigilant.

Maharajganj. The Bakrid Festival was traditionally celebrated in the district. After sacrificing Namaz at 9:30 a.m., the people of Muslim society prayed for the country’s well-being. Happy oath by hugging. After that, the era of sacrifice began. In order to maintain peace and order, the police remained vigilant in and around the mosques of their respective police stations.

Prayers for peace were offered in Nautanwan, Paratavalam, Nichlaul, Mithoura, Ghughuli, Siswa Bazar, Farenda and Sadar. In view of the corona epidemic, the imams of the mosque offered Namaz in two shifts.

Maulana Ziauddin, the director of Mithoura Madrasa, said that the festival of sacrifice is celebrated in memory of the sacrifice that Hazrat Ibrahim Alaihis Salam made to the beloved son Ismail to please Allah. Eid-ul-Adha has to do with sacrifice. It is a means by which a person attains the pleasure of Allah.

According to the Nautanvan Dialogue, prayers were said in mosques in Bakrid city on Wednesday morning. The people of the Muslim society worshiped Allah according to the Corona guidelines. Meanwhile, SDM Ram Sajeevan Maurya, CO Komal Prasad Mishra and SHO Rajesh Kumar Pandey continued to tour the area given security. According to Chowk Dialog, DC MNREGA Anil Chaudhary and SHO Brijesh Singh visited the area and took stock of security. Imam Mohammad Umar said prayers in the Madrasa Darul Uloom Quddusia Ahle Sunnat Fakhrul Olum Parsauni. Muslim believers believe that it is pleasing to Allah to sacrifice the most popular animals. DM Dr. Ujjwal Kumar said that officers were deployed in key locations in the district. Bakrid was celebrated peacefully. SP Pradeep Gupta said the police remained vigilant.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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