Eid-ul-Adha: hands raised in prayer for peace, congratulations

Muslim children offering prayers to Mohalla in their home in Vishunipur, Eid-ul-Adha city. conversation
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Baliya. Eid-ul-Adha (Bakrid) was celebrated with great enthusiasm in rural areas including the city on Wednesday. During this time, Muslim brothers prayed with full devotion in mosques and places of worship. But most of the people offered Namaz in their respective homes due to Corona. Then they hugged and congratulated Bakrid. Then the goat sacrifice process began. At the same time, the police continued to drive from the city to the rural areas for security reasons.
Due to Corona, people on Bakrid reached mosques and Idgahs by default. Where Muslim brothers offered namaz at the appointed time. On the other hand, most of the people offered Namaz in their respective homes due to Corona. Meanwhile, the Muslim Brotherhood prayed for the well-being of the nation and the nation. After listening to the argument, people hugged and congratulated Bakrid. Namaz was offered according to the Kovid guidelines in Jama Masjid in Vishunipur, Badi Masjid in Gudri Bazar, Rajput Neuri, Kazipura, Baheri, Idgah, Parmandapur Masjid in the city. Apart from that, in the mosques bordering the city such as Middha, Amdari, Nidharia, Patkhauli etc. Bakrid Namaz was also offered at the scheduled time according to the standard. During this time, a large number of police officers and PACs, including the additional superintendent of police Sanjay Kumar, the city magistrate of Nagendra Pratap Singh, Kotwal, as well as the secret service team, roamed their respective areas in simple form.
Navanagar. The Bakrid festival ended peacefully under the supervision of the police. On Wednesday morning, Bakrid prayers were performed in Idgah, including various mosques, under strict security according to Kovid guidelines. During that time only five people had reached the Shahi Masjid and Idgah for Namaz. A large number of police officers were deployed for security reasons, including Assistant District Judge Sikanderpur Abhay Kumar Singh, District Officer Ashok Kumar Mishra, the inspector in charge.
Dayachpra. On the occasion of Bakrid, Eid-ul-Adha prayers were offered on Wednesday morning in the mosques of Chintamani Rais Tola, Daya Chapras Murli Chapra, Moon Chapra, etc.
Lalganj. On Bakrid, Namaz was offered in the mosques of Lalganj, Chiranjichpra, Bechan Chapra, Dokati. According to the namaz, Muslim brothers sacrificed goats in their homes. In terms of security, there was a strict order from the police.
Advisable. Bakrid prayers were held in the villages of Dhanauti, Nurpur, Sikriyakala, Janupur, Masahan, etc. Thereafter, Bakrid was celebrated with great enthusiasm.
Beltharrod. After offering Bakrid prayers in mosques in the area, the Muslim brothers hugged and congratulated each other.
Rasa. Bakrid was celebrated in rural areas including the city. During this time, Bakrid prayers were held in villages like Sardaspur, Nagpur, Kotwari, Jam, Saraibharti, Mudera, etc.
Bansdihrod. People offered namaz at the Bakrid festival in 14 mosques in the area. Then they hugged and congratulated Bakrid.
dubhar. In many mosques in the area, goat prayers were peacefully said and prayers were said for the good of the community and the country.
Revath. The festival of Eid-ul-Adha was celebrated with great enthusiasm both in the rural areas and in the city. Maulana Alauddin, Shahid and Firoz offered Namaz three times each at 7, 7.30 and 8 a.m. in the town’s Badi Masjid. The Maulana duo Kalimullah and Zamiruddin offered Namaz twice in the small mosque at 8 a.m. and afterwards and in the mosque of the police station at 6 a.m., Maulana Azam and Hafiz Rahimullah offered Namaz at 7 a.m. Namaz was offered by Kaulen Pandey in the mosque in Rampur, Munchapra and the mosque in Gaighat in Tola (Kharika) under the covid protocol under the direction of various clergymen. At that time, in addition to mosques and Idgahs, three inspectors, four sub-inspectors, nine chiefs of police, 32 police officers, six female police officers and ten house keepers were on duty in the city’s Hanuman temples in places like Tazia Chabutra, Seed Godown Tiraha, etc. The inspector in charge, Yadavendra Pandey, and other SIs continued to tour the area, including the city.

Baliya. Eid-ul-Adha (Bakrid) was celebrated with great enthusiasm in rural areas including the city on Wednesday. During this time, Muslim brothers prayed with full devotion in mosques and places of worship. But most of the people offered Namaz in their respective homes due to Corona. Then they hugged and congratulated Bakrid. Then the goat sacrifice process began. At the same time, the police continued to drive from the city to the rural areas for security reasons.

Due to Corona, people on Bakrid reached mosques and Idgahs by default. Where Muslim brothers offered namaz at the appointed time. On the other hand, most of the people offered Namaz in their respective homes due to Corona. Meanwhile, the Muslim Brotherhood prayed for the well-being of the nation and the nation. After listening to the argument, people hugged and congratulated Bakrid. Namaz was offered according to the Kovid guidelines in Jama Masjid in Vishunipur, Badi Masjid in Gudri Bazar, Rajput Neuri, Kazipura, Baheri, Idgah, Parmandapur Masjid in the city. Apart from that, in the mosques bordering the city such as Middha, Amdari, Nidharia, Patkhauli etc. Bakrid Namaz was also offered at the scheduled time according to the standard. During this time, a large number of police officers and PACs, including the additional superintendent of police Sanjay Kumar, the city magistrate of Nagendra Pratap Singh, Kotwal, as well as the secret service team, roamed their respective areas in simple form.

Navanagar. The Bakrid festival ended peacefully under the supervision of the police. On Wednesday morning, Bakrid prayers were performed in Idgah, including various mosques, under strict security according to Kovid guidelines. During that time only five people had reached the Shahi Masjid and Idgah for Namaz. A large number of police officers were deployed for security reasons, including Assistant District Judge Sikanderpur Abhay Kumar Singh, District Officer Ashok Kumar Mishra, the inspector in charge.

Dayachpra. On the occasion of Bakrid, Eid-ul-Adha prayers were offered on Wednesday morning in the mosques of Chintamani Rais Tola, Daya Chapras Murli Chapra, Moon Chapra, etc.

Lalganj. On Bakrid, Namaz was offered in the mosques of Lalganj, Chiranjichpra, Bechan Chapra, Dokati. According to the namaz, Muslim brothers sacrificed goats in their homes. In terms of security, there was a strict order from the police.

Advisable. Bakrid prayers were held in the villages of Dhanauti, Nurpur, Sikriyakala, Janupur, Masahan, etc. Thereafter, Bakrid was celebrated with great enthusiasm.

Beltharrod. After offering Bakrid prayers in mosques in the area, the Muslim brothers hugged and congratulated each other.

Rasa. Bakrid was celebrated in rural areas including the city. During this time, Bakrid prayers were held in villages like Sardaspur, Nagpur, Kotwari, Jam, Saraibharti, Mudera, etc.

Bansdihrod. People offered namaz at the Bakrid festival in 14 mosques in the area. Then they hugged and congratulated Bakrid.

dubhar. In many mosques in the area, goat prayers were peacefully said and prayers were said for the good of the community and the country.

Revath. The festival of Eid-ul-Adha was celebrated with great enthusiasm both in the rural areas and in the city. Maulana Alauddin, Shahid and Firoz offered Namaz individually at 7, 7.30 and 8 a.m. three times in the town’s Badi Masjid. The Maulana duo Kalimullah and Zamiruddin offered Namaz twice in the small mosque at 8 a.m. and afterwards and in the mosque of the police station at 6 a.m., Maulana Azam and Hafiz Rahimullah offered Namaz at 7 a.m. Namaz was offered by Kaulen Pandey in the mosque in Rampur, Munchapra and the mosque in Gaighat in Tola (Kharika) under the covid protocol under the direction of various clergymen. At that time, in addition to mosques and Idgahs, three inspectors, four sub-inspectors, nine chiefs of police, 32 police officers, six female police officers and ten house keepers were on duty in the city’s Hanuman temples in places like Tazia Chabutra, Seed Godown Tiraha, etc. The inspector in charge, Yadavendra Pandey, and other SIs continued to tour the area, including the city.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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