Hathras: Enclose in Idgah, police stationed outside the mosques – Hathras: Enclose in Idgah, police stationed outside the mosques

Hathras
The police administration was very careful with the Eid-ul-Fitr festival. While Idgah remained under lock and key due to the Corona curfew, there were no crowds in the mosques. Police forces were also stationed outside the mosques. Police forces continued to be deployed even in mixed-population areas, and officers were reviewing the situation from moment to moment.
The feast of Eid was celebrated on Friday amid the Corona curfew. Meanwhile, the police administration was very vigilant. Police forces were stationed in mosques such as Jama Masjid, Madhugarhi, Fort Gate, etc. in the city.
The Muslim Arrangement Committee had already decided that there would be no namaz in Idgah, so there was a lockdown and silence. At the same time, police were deployed in many areas including sensitive areas such as Lala Ka Nagla, Nai Ka Nagla, Srinagar, and Nai Basti. The officers took stock of the situation.

Hathras

The police administration was very careful with the Eid-ul-Fitr festival. While Idgah remained under lock and key due to the Corona curfew, there were no crowds in the mosques. Police forces were also stationed outside the mosques. Police forces continued to be deployed even in mixed-population areas, and officers were reviewing the situation from moment to moment.

The feast of Eid was celebrated on Friday amid the Corona curfew. Meanwhile, the police administration was very vigilant. Police forces were stationed in mosques such as Jama Masjid, Madhugarhi, Fort Gate, etc. in the city.

The Muslim Arrangement Committee had already decided that there would be no namaz in Idgah, so there was a lockdown and silence. At the same time, police were deployed in many areas including sensitive areas such as Lala Ka Nagla, Nai Ka Nagla, Srinagar, and Nai Basti. The officers took stock of the situation.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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