Don’t sacrifice outdoors, follow the covid protocol

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The preparations for Bakrid are now in the final stages. The markets of the Muslim neighborhoods buzzed late into the night for shopping for the festival, which was celebrated on July 21st. Due to inflation, however, there were fewer buyers in the local goat market. The Dalmandi area was crowded late into the night to shop for clothes, vermicelli, and gifts. At the same time, Muslim religious leaders have appealed not to publicly sacrifice and to obey the Kovid Protocol.
Preparations for Bakrid were completed on Monday. Instead of individual sacrifices, mass sacrifices are being prepared in Muslim towns due to inflation. This not only relieves the wallet, but also fulfills the Bakrid ritual. The effects of inflation are clearly visible when selling goats. All types of goats are in the market, but inflation means there is a lack of buyers.
Pet traders say sales this year are down in half compared to last year. Waseem from Bakramandi at Bakriyakund said animal prices were one and a half times more expensive this time. Trader Rasool Qureshi from the Madanpura area said he was facing losses due to lower sales in the market.
Pay attention to cleanliness, do not sacrifice in a closed place
The Shia Masjid spokesman, Haji Farman Haider, has appealed to the Muslim Brotherhood to observe the Bakrid festival according to the Kovid protocol. Do not sacrifice outdoors. The governor of Ghazi Mian Rauje, Haji Ejazuddin Hashmi, also appealed and said that according to the mandate, Bakrid, the festival of sacrifice, should be celebrated. Sacrifice only in closed rooms and pay special attention to cleanliness.

The preparations for Bakrid are now in the final stages. The markets of the Muslim neighborhoods buzzed late into the night for shopping for the festival, which was celebrated on July 21st. Due to inflation, however, there were fewer buyers in the local goat market. The Dalmandi area was crowded late into the night to shop for clothes, vermicelli, and gifts. At the same time, Muslim religious leaders have appealed not to publicly sacrifice and to obey the Kovid Protocol.

Preparations for Bakrid were completed on Monday. Instead of individual sacrifices, mass sacrifices are being prepared in Muslim towns due to inflation. This not only relieves the wallet, but also fulfills the Bakrid ritual. The effects of inflation are clearly visible when selling goats. All types of goats are in the market, but inflation means there is a lack of buyers.

Pet traders say sales this year are down in half compared to last year. Waseem from Bakramandi at Bakriyakund said animal prices were one and a half times more expensive this time. Trader Rasool Qureshi from the Madanpura area said he was suffering from lower sales in the market.

Pay attention to cleanliness, do not sacrifice in a closed place

The Shia Masjid spokesman, Haji Farman Haider, has appealed to the Muslim Brotherhood to observe the Bakrid festival according to the Kovid protocol. Do not sacrifice outdoors. The governor of Ghazi Mian Rauje, Haji Ejazuddin Hashmi, also appealed and said that according to the mandate, Bakrid, the festival of sacrifice, should be celebrated. Sacrifice only in closed rooms and pay special attention to cleanliness.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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