Dua for a happy land before Allah’s court

People offer namaz at Sunehri Masjid in the city’s new settlement.
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Dua for a happy country at the court of Allah
Farrukhabad. On Eid-ul-Zuha, believers prayed in front of the court of Allah for the prosperity of the country and the freedom from Corona. Imambaras remained empty and few people prayed in mosques. Greeted each other with a hug.
On Wednesday, around eight in the morning, 50-50 people were allowed into the mosques. After the namaz in a pleasant atmosphere, people hugged and congratulated Eid. Those who reached the mosques late were turned away. Most of the people offered namaz at home. After that, the process of sacrificing houses began.
All mosques and Idgahs in the city were closely guarded by the police. Magistrate Ashok Kumar Maurya, CO City Nitesh Singh, Kotwal Vedprakash Pandey, Maudarwaza Inspector Ajay Narayan Singh were posted near the Qazi Masjid in the City Hall. The City Magistrate and CO City visited most of the city’s mosques. The subordinates instructed to follow the Corona guidelines.
Namazi returned from Idgah
Some prayers reached old Idgah. The Maudarwaja inspector present there, Ajay Narayan Singh, rejected him. He said 50 people are only allowed to offer namaz in mosques.
City streets
Before the Corona period, there was a lot of crowd on the streets on Eid day from morning to evening. But this time it was quiet. People worked with the dishes they had prepared at home. The children and women of the family attended Eid with some special people.
Masses did not take place, children looked discouraged
Fairs were held on the streets outside of Idgah every year on Eid. Small children used to have fun with their parents buying toys and swings at the fair. This time there were no fairs.

Dua for a happy country at the court of Allah

Farrukhabad. On Eid-ul-Zuha, believers prayed in front of the court of Allah for the prosperity of the country and the freedom from Corona. Imambaras remained empty and few people prayed in mosques. Greeted each other with a hug.

On Wednesday, around eight in the morning, 50-50 people were allowed into the mosques. After the namaz in a pleasant atmosphere, people hugged and congratulated Eid. Those who reached the mosques late were turned away. Most of the people offered namaz at home. After that, the process of sacrificing houses began.

All mosques and Idgahs in the city were closely guarded by the police. Magistrate Ashok Kumar Maurya, CO City Nitesh Singh, Kotwal Vedprakash Pandey, Maudarwaza Inspector Ajay Narayan Singh were posted near the Qazi Masjid in the City Hall. The City Magistrate and CO City visited most of the city’s mosques. The subordinates instructed to follow the Corona guidelines.

Namazi returned from Idgah

Some prayers reached old Idgah. The Maudarwaja inspector present there, Ajay Narayan Singh, rejected him. He said 50 people are only allowed to offer namaz in mosques.

City streets

Before the Corona period, there was a lot of crowd on the streets on Eid day from morning to evening. But this time it was quiet. People worked with the dishes they had prepared at home. The children and women of the family attended Eid with some special people.

Masses did not take place, children looked discouraged

Fairs were held on the streets outside of Idgah every year on Eid. Small children used to have fun with their parents buying toys and swings at the fair. This time there were no fairs.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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