Jaama Masjid My Paanch Logon Ne Ada Kee Namaaj – Five people prayed in Jama Masjid

Family members offering namaz in a house in the town’s Shekhana village.
– Photo: KANNAUJ

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Kannauj. The festival of Eid-ul-Azha (Bakrid) was celebrated in mutual unity in the district on Wednesday. According to the covid rules in Jama Masjid and Idgah, five people offered namaz. Prayers were asked for the good of the country and the freedom of Corona. Namaz was offered on the terrace or in empty spaces in the houses. The goat and the pada were sacrificed. There the children and young people were excited after they got Idi.
In the city’s Jama Masjid, Makdoom Jania (Bawan Pillar), Hajiganj Idgah, five to five people offered namaz with aqeedat. Police and PAC staff were busy stopping mass prayers in Idgah and mosques. SDM Gaurav Shukla and CO Shiv Pratap Singh also monitored. District Judges Rakesh Kumar and SP Prashant Verma reached Jama Masjid and Idgah that morning and appealed to the local population to offer Namaz at home. Following the social distance, the festival was asked to be celebrated with laughter. He also took stock of Kannauj Nagar, Hajiganj, Tirwa, Gursahaiganj, Samdhan, Chhibramau. Cyclists were advised to wear masks. At the same time, there was an atmosphere of happiness in Muslim-dominated areas. The greatest enthusiasm was found among the children and young people.
Silence in Idgah, police outside
Malikpur. Also this time, due to the Corona protocol, prayers for peace and peace in the country were sought by offering Eid-ul-Azha prayers at home. An atmosphere of happiness prevailed in the Muslim families of the surrounding villages, including Malikpur. In most places, prayer was done at home. There was silence in the Idgahs. Only the police showed up here. People greeted each other on their cell phones. At the same time, the Idgah police in Samadhan Nagar Panchayat have been under surveillance since that morning. (Conversation)
Surveillance of mosques, prayers in houses
Thirva. The police stood guard to stop mass prayers in mosques. Because of this, people offered namaz in their homes. Prayers were asked for the country’s progress, freedom from corona and other diseases. The sacrifice was based on ability. Tehsildar Anil Kumar Saroj, CO Deepak Dubey inspected the mosques with the police and PAC troops. Explain to the people gathered to celebrate the festival at home. (Conversation)
Victims following the offer from Namaz. were made
Talgram. On Eid-ul-Azha, i.e. Bakrid, Namaz was offered in mosques and apartments in accordance with Corona guidelines on Wednesday from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. The victim process lasted until the afternoon. Five people, including the imam present in the mosques, prayed. Others offered namaz in homes with social distancing. Police were deployed near the town square, Idgah, Chaukhta Tirahe, Bargadia Mohalla, Jama Masjid, Bada Bazar and the mosques of Rasulabad. Police station chief Krishnalal Patel prevented people from gathering in the group while the police were monitoring them. (Conversation)

Kannauj. The festival of Eid-ul-Azha (Bakrid) was celebrated in mutual unity in the district on Wednesday. According to the covid rules in Jama Masjid and Idgah, five people offered namaz. Prayers were asked for the good of the country and the freedom of Corona. Namaz was offered on the terrace or in empty spaces in the houses. The goat and the pada were sacrificed. There the children and young people were excited after they got Idi.

In the city’s Jama Masjid, Makdoom Jania (Bawan Pillar), Hajiganj Idgah, five to five people offered namaz with aqeedat. Police and PAC staff were busy stopping mass prayers in Idgah and mosques. SDM Gaurav Shukla and CO Shiv Pratap Singh also monitored. District Judges Rakesh Kumar and SP Prashant Verma reached Jama Masjid and Idgah that morning and appealed to the local population to offer Namaz at home. Following the social distance, the festival was asked to be celebrated with laughter. He also took stock of Kannauj Nagar, Hajiganj, Tirwa, Gursahaiganj, Samdhan, Chhibramau. Cyclists were advised to wear masks. At the same time, there was an atmosphere of happiness in predominantly Muslim areas. The greatest enthusiasm was found among the children and young people.

Silence in Idgah, police outside

Malikpur. Also this time, due to the Corona protocol, prayers for peace and peace in the country were sought by offering Eid-ul-Azha prayers at home. An atmosphere of happiness prevailed in the Muslim families of the surrounding villages, including Malikpur. In most places, prayer was done at home. There was silence in the Idgahs. Only the police showed up here. People greeted each other on their cell phones. At the same time, the Idgah police in Samadhan Nagar Panchayat have been under surveillance since that morning. (Conversation)

Surveillance of mosques, prayers in houses

Thirva. The police stood guard to stop mass prayers in mosques. Because of this, people offered namaz in their homes. Prayers were asked for the country’s progress, freedom from corona and other diseases. The sacrifice was based on ability. Tehsildar Anil Kumar Saroj, CO Deepak Dubey inspected the mosques with the police and PAC troops. Explain to the people gathered to celebrate the festival at home. (Conversation)

Victims following the offer from Namaz. were made

Talgram. On Eid-ul-Azha, i.e. Bakrid, Namaz was offered in mosques and apartments in accordance with Corona guidelines on Wednesday from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. The victim process lasted until the afternoon. Five people, including the imam present in the mosques, prayed. Others offered namaz in homes with social distancing. Police were deployed near the town square, Idgah, Chaukhta Tirahe, Bargadia Mohalla, Jama Masjid, Bada Bazar and the mosques of Rasulabad. Police station chief Krishnalal Patel prevented people from gathering in the group while the police were monitoring them. (Conversation)

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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