Namaj-Bakrid celebrated with the utmost devotion amid tight security

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Gondola. During the Corona period, the festival of Bakrid was celebrated throughout the district on Wednesday, the crowd was less visible in the mosques. Police were deployed in front of mosques. People were told to make sacrifices by staying in their homes. In addition to the gift of namaz, the people prayed for the peace of the country and prayed for the end of the corona epidemic. Followed the Kovid rules and the police were also vigilant.
The festival of Bakrid was celebrated with aqeedat. Eid-ul-Azha prayers were offered in mosques and Idgahs on Wednesday in accordance with Corona guidelines. Namaz was offered at dozens of mosques and Idgahs in the area around 6 a.m. Oath prayers were offered at 8 a.m. in the city’s mosque. Namaz was held in other mosques and Idgahs in the area from 6 a.m. to around 8 a.m. In Namaz there was a prayer for the end of the corona epidemic with peace in the country.
District Judge Markandeya Shahi and Police Superintendent Santosh Mishra kept an eye on the events and congratulated everyone. In Wazirganj, SHO Prabodh Kumar also reached the mosques and Eidgahs and congratulated Eid. The Shiite-Sunni Ulemas also appealed to Muslims to celebrate Bakrid according to government guidelines. The ulemas had appealed to congratulate Eid from afar without embracing her. Most of the people who have offered namaz in the houses require masks after the two meter gap. The local Qazi Maulana Hamid Raza said prayers in the Idgah of Kodhiya in Dhaneshwarpur.
Maulana said that Bakrid is called Eid-ul-Adha in Arabic. What impresses people with the spirit of sacrifice. He appealed that instead of sacrificing Nafali, rations and goods should be donated to the poor. In Mankapur on Wednesday, the festival of Eid-ul-Adha was celebrated with glee in various locations in the area, including Jama Masjid, Choti Masjid of the city. Strict security measures were in place in mosques and Idgahs, and people were offered namaz in accordance with kovid. During the prayers, SDM Gyan Chand Gupta, CO Sanjay Talwar and Kotwal Shyam Bahadur Singh remained humble in the area.

Gondola. During the Corona period, the festival of Bakrid was celebrated throughout the district on Wednesday, the crowd was less visible in the mosques. Police were deployed in front of mosques. People were told to make sacrifices by staying in their homes. In addition to the gift of namaz, the people prayed for the peace of the country and prayed for the end of the corona epidemic. Followed the Kovid rules and the police were also vigilant.

The festival of Bakrid was celebrated with aqeedat. Eid-ul-Azha prayers were offered in mosques and Idgahs on Wednesday in accordance with Corona guidelines. Namaz was offered at dozens of mosques and Idgahs in the area around 6 a.m. Oath prayers were offered at 8 a.m. in the city’s mosque. Namaz was held in other mosques and Idgahs in the area from 6 a.m. to around 8 a.m. In Namaz there was a prayer for the end of the corona epidemic with peace in the country.

District Judge Markandeya Shahi and Police Superintendent Santosh Mishra kept an eye on the events and congratulated everyone. In Wazirganj, SHO Prabodh Kumar also reached the mosques and Eidgahs and congratulated Eid. The Shiite-Sunni Ulemas also appealed to Muslims to celebrate Bakrid according to government guidelines. The ulemas had called for Eid to be congratulated from afar by not embracing. Most of the people who have offered namaz in the houses require masks after the two meter gap. The local Qazi Maulana Hamid Raza said prayers in the Idgah of Kodhiya in Dhaneshwarpur.

Maulana said that Bakrid is called Eid-ul-Adha in Arabic. What impresses people with the spirit of sacrifice. He appealed that instead of sacrificing Nafali, rations and goods should be donated to the poor. In Mankapur on Wednesday, the festival of Eid-ul-Adha was celebrated with glee in various locations in the area, including Jama Masjid, Choti Masjid of the city. Strict security measures were in place in mosques and Idgahs, and people were offered namaz in accordance with kovid. During the prayers, SDM Gyan Chand Gupta, CO Sanjay Talwar and Kotwal Shyam Bahadur Singh remained humble in the area.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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