Eid-ul-azha prayers offered according to Kovid guidelines in Idgah and city mosques

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Jhansi. Eid-ul-Azha, the festival of sacrifice, was celebrated with great zeal across the city on Wednesday. Namaz was offered under the covid rule in Idgah and mosques around the city. At the same time, most of the people prayed for the country’s progress, relief from corona infection and rain by offering namaz at home. After prayer, people sacrificed animals in the path of Allah. Meanwhile, the words of Allah Hu Akbar continued to echo in Fiza.
The Muslim settlements had been in full swing since the morning of the Eid-ul-Azha festival. There was excitement everywhere. Only fifty people offered namaz in the city’s mosques and Idgahs. During morning prayers, the city’s mosques announced that they would be offering oath prayers at home. Because of this, most people made safes in their homes and offered namaz under social distancing. As soon as the namaz was finished, the animals of the sacrifice were sacrificed throughout the city. Because of this, the words of Allah Hu Akbar began to resound from every street and place in the city. The levy was paid by distributing the meat of the sacrifice to those in need, who are near and dear. Mufti Sabir Qasmi offered Namaz under the covid policy in Idgah in Patoria. Noor Ahmed, Yakub Ahmed, Afzal, Ibrahim were present during Namaz. At the same time, in Shia Idgah, Nai Basti, no Eid-ul-Azha prayers were performed due to an infection. Shiite cleric Maulana Shane Haider Zaidi said that Eid-ul-Azha prayers were not performed given the risk of infection. Because of this, people offered namaz in their homes. After Namaz, Dua was made online. In which they prayed for the progress of the country, the mutual fraternity and the end of the corona infection. Hafiz Hafeez Uddin made the payment at Masjid Amna in Sayyid Nagar. In which Sadiq Ali, Haji Ghulam Ghaus Khan, Afaq Ali, Wasim Khan, Wasi Ansari, Khurshid Ali were present.
Enjoyed the dishes. After the Eid-ul-Adha prayer, delicious dishes are prepared at home. However, people avoided the guests and enjoyed the dishes with the members of the house.
Great enthusiasm shown in children
Jhansi. After the prayer, the elders of the house presented the children with money and gifts in the form of Idi. The children celebrated too.
Best regards on social media
Because of the Jhansi covid epidemic, people avoided hugging. Congratulations were also sent on social media.
Police were deployed in front of every mosque, large and small in the city, to offer namaz in accordance with the Chak Chauband Kovid policy. Police provided a sense of security by patrolling the city streets.

Jhansi. Eid-ul-Azha, the festival of sacrifice, was celebrated with great zeal across the city on Wednesday. Namaz was offered under the covid rule in Idgah and mosques around the city. At the same time, most of the people prayed for the country’s progress, relief from corona infection and rain by offering namaz at home. After prayer, people sacrificed animals in the path of Allah. Meanwhile, the words of Allah Hu Akbar continued to echo in Fiza.

The Muslim settlements had been in full swing since the morning of the Eid-ul-Azha festival. There was excitement everywhere. Only fifty people offered namaz in the city’s mosques and Idgahs. During morning prayers, the city’s mosques announced that they would be offering oath prayers at home. Because of this, most people made safes in their homes and offered namaz under social distancing. As soon as the namaz was ready, the animals of the sacrifice were sacrificed throughout the city. Because of this, the words of Allah Hu Akbar began to sound from every street and place in the city. The levy was paid by distributing the meat of the sacrifice to those in need, who are near and dear. Mufti Sabir Qasmi offered Namaz under the covid policy in Idgah in Patoria. Noor Ahmed, Yakub Ahmed, Afzal, Ibrahim were present during Namaz. At the same time, in Shia Idgah, Nai Basti, no Eid-ul-Azha prayers were performed due to an infection. Shiite cleric Maulana Shane Haider Zaidi said that the Eid-ul-Azha prayers were not performed in the face of threats of infection. Because of this, people offered namaz in their homes. After Namaz, Dua was made online. In which they prayed for the progress of the country, mutual fraternity and the end of the corona infection. Hafiz Hafeez Uddin made the payment at Masjid Amna in Sayyid Nagar. In which Sadiq Ali, Haji Ghulam Ghaus Khan, Afaq Ali, Wasim Khan, Wasi Ansari, Khurshid Ali were present.

Enjoyed the dishes. After the Eid-ul-Adha prayer, delicious dishes are prepared at home. However, people avoided the guests and enjoyed the dishes with the members of the house.

Great enthusiasm shown in children

Jhansi. After the prayer, the elders of the house presented the children with money and gifts in the form of Idi. The children celebrated too.

Best regards on social media

Because of the Jhansi covid epidemic, people avoided hugging. Congratulations were also sent on social media.

Police were deployed in front of every mosque, large and small in the city, to offer namaz in accordance with the Chak Chauband Kovid policy. Police provided a sense of security by patrolling the city streets.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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