Eid Ul Azha today, Namaz is not offered in Idgah

Muslim women shopping in the Tundla Market on Eid evening
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Firozabad / Shikohabad / Tundla. Eid-ul-Azha is celebrated today. This became known from mosques on Tuesday evening. Major mosques in the city in Sadar Bazar appealed to offer prayers in their regional mosques. Buying goats for sacrifice lasted late into the night.
The meeting of the Idgah Committee took place in Masjid Mewa Faroshan under the chairmanship of Imam-e-Idgah Maulana Mohammad Shafi Qasmi. In light of the influx of the third wave of corona, it has been decided that Eid-ul-Azha prayers will not be held in Idgah. Appeal to the residents of the city to offer Namaz according to the Kovid guidelines in the mosques of their respective localities. Never sacrifice outdoors. After sacrificing, seal the trash in polyethylene and throw it in the municipal trash can. Do not sacrifice animals whose sacrifice is prohibited. Do not share photos and videos on social media during the victim. The Idgah Committee Secretary, Israr Ahmed, Mufti Raziuddin, Haji Jamirul Islam, Gauhar Khan and Asad Khan were present at the meeting.
Here, preparations for Eid-ul-Adha were made in Muslim-dominated areas. He was seen in new clothes preparing to go to the mosque to offer prayers.
Amount of buyers in the market
Firozabad. On Tuesday there was a rush of buyers in the Eid-ul-Adha market. Some Sevaiyan bought other goods from the shopkeepers. That went on until late in the evening.
DM sent judges
Firozabad. DM Chandra Vijay Singh has entrusted the magistrate Gulshan Kumar with the responsibility for the entire city to offer prayers on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha (Bakrid) and to keep the peace. SDM Sadar Rajesh Kumar was sent to Idgah, Deputy Collector Headquarters Kumarchandra Jawalia was sent to Jama Masjid, Tehsildar Sadar Dr. Santraj Singh was posted to Agshahi Masjid and Deputy Collector Headquarters Navodita Sharma was posted to Shahi Masjid. The police will be ready with them. SDM, Tehsildar will be responsible for organizing Namaz in cities and towns.
“Celebrate Eid-ul-Azha in peace, do not sacrifice outdoors”
Shikohabad. The meeting of the Peace Committee was organized on the Kotwali premises under the chairmanship of SDM Devendra Singh. CO Rajveer Singh was present as the main guest. SDM Devendra Pratap Singh asked Muslim society to celebrate Eid in a peaceful and fraternal way. Do not sacrifice outdoors. Ask them to pay special attention to cleanliness in areas with a Muslim population. Kotwal Brijesh Kumar thanked everyone. Representatives of the city president Abdul Wahid, Thakur Sudeep Singh, Rajeev Gupta, Israr Babbu, Arun Gupta, Kuldeep Gupta, Maulana Habib Asraf, good brother, cleaning inspector Kuldeep Singh, Anuj Agarwal, Yogesh Gupta, Ajay Mittal, Manoj Jain, Prince Jain etc. were present.
Do not sacrifice cows on Bakrid
Shikohabad. A delegation led by Ashok Rajput, National Advisor to the Ujala Friendly Govansh Samaj Seva Trust, met with the Chief Police Commissioner in his office on Tuesday. The delegation submitted a memorandum to the SSP calling for a ban on cows sacrificing on the occasion of Bakrid. Ashok Kumar Shukla, National Secretary, Gopal Sharma, Suresh Verma, Ajay Bhardwaj, Jaswant Singh, DK Sharma, Surendra Yadav etc. were among those who gave the memorandum.
If the rules are violated, strict measures are taken – CO
Tundla. Police officer Abhishek Srivastava said that in view of the Bakrid festival, strict security measures will be in place. Nobody is going to break the Kovid-19 policy. Namaz is offered according to the standards set by the government. When someone breaks the rules, action is taken.
At the same time, the team from the SI Sunil Tagore community in Idgah ensured cleanliness. He said lime was again being sprinkled on the road to Idgah on Wednesday morning during a cleanliness drive. Stray animals are also kept closed.
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Firozabad / Shikohabad / Tundla. Eid-ul-Azha is celebrated today. This became known from mosques on Tuesday evening. Major mosques in the city in Sadar Bazar appealed to offer prayers in their regional mosques. Buying goats for sacrifice lasted late into the night.

The meeting of the Idgah Committee took place in Masjid Mewa Faroshan under the chairmanship of Imam-e-Idgah Maulana Mohammad Shafi Qasmi. In light of the influx of the third wave of corona, it has been decided that Eid-ul-Azha prayers will not be held in Idgah. Appeal to the residents of the city to offer Namaz according to the Kovid guidelines in the mosques of their respective localities. Never sacrifice outdoors. After sacrificing, seal the trash in polyethylene and throw it in the municipal trash can. Do not sacrifice animals whose sacrifice is prohibited. Do not share photos and videos on social media during the victim. The Idgah Committee Secretary, Israr Ahmed, Mufti Raziuddin, Haji Jamirul Islam, Gauhar Khan and Asad Khan were present at the meeting.

Here, preparations for Eid-ul-Adha were made in Muslim-dominated areas. He was seen in new clothes preparing to go to the mosque to offer prayers.

Amount of buyers in the market

Firozabad. On Tuesday there was a rush of buyers in the Eid-ul-Adha market. Some Sevaiyan bought other goods from the shopkeepers. That went on until late in the evening.

DM sent judges

Firozabad. DM Chandra Vijay Singh has entrusted the magistrate Gulshan Kumar with the responsibility for the entire city to offer prayers on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha (Bakrid) and to keep the peace. SDM Sadar Rajesh Kumar was sent to Idgah, Deputy Collector Headquarters Kumarchandra Jawalia was sent to Jama Masjid, Tehsildar Sadar Dr. Santraj Singh was posted to Agshahi Masjid, Deputy Collector Headquarters Navodita Sharma was posted to Shahi Masjid. The police will be ready with them. SDM, Tehsildar will be responsible for organizing Namaz in cities and towns.

“Celebrate Eid-ul-Azha in peace, do not sacrifice outdoors”

Shikohabad. The meeting of the Peace Committee was organized on the Kotwali premises under the chairmanship of SDM Devendra Singh. CO Rajveer Singh was present as the main guest. SDM Devendra Pratap Singh asked Muslim society to celebrate Eid in a peaceful and fraternal way. Do not sacrifice outdoors. Ask them to pay special attention to cleanliness in areas with a Muslim population. Kotwal Brijesh Kumar thanked everyone. Representatives of the city president Abdul Wahid, Thakur Sudeep Singh, Rajeev Gupta, Israr Babbu, Arun Gupta, Kuldeep Gupta, Maulana Habib Asraf, good brother, cleaning inspector Kuldeep Singh, Anuj Agarwal, Yogesh Gupta, Ajay Mittal, Manoj Jain, Prince Jain etc. were present.

Do not sacrifice cows on Bakrid

Shikohabad. A delegation led by Ashok Rajput, National Advisor to the Ujala Friendly Govansh Samaj Seva Trust, met with the Chief Police Commissioner in his office on Tuesday. The delegation submitted a memorandum to the SSP calling for a ban on cows sacrificing on the occasion of Bakrid. Ashok Kumar Shukla, National Secretary, Gopal Sharma, Suresh Verma, Ajay Bhardwaj, Jaswant Singh, DK Sharma, Surendra Yadav etc. were among those who gave the memorandum.

If the rules are violated, strict measures are taken – CO

Tundla. Police officer Abhishek Srivastava said that in view of the Bakrid festival, strict security measures will be in place. Nobody is going to break the Kovid-19 policy. Namaz is offered according to the standards set by the government. When someone breaks the rules, action is taken.

At the same time, the team from the SI Sunil Tagore community in Idgah ensured cleanliness. He said lime was again being sprinkled on the road to Idgah on Wednesday morning during a cleanliness drive. Stray animals are also kept closed.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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