Namaz will be performed at home today

Saharanpur The Eid Festival is celebrated today. Due to a corona infection, Namaz will not be on Eid Gah, nor can only five people offer Namaz in mosques. Everyone must offer oath prayers in their homes. Instead of hugging, oath is also welcomed on social media. This call was made by both the administration and Darul Uloom.
Only five people can offer namaz in all mosques, including the main Jama Masjid in the metropolis’ Chowk Fountain, the old Jama Masjid, Bangi Bazaar. Jama Masjid’s manager Maulana Maulvi Farid said government guidelines are being followed. Darul Uloom has also appealed to people to offer namaz by staying in their homes. The oath prayers take place from 5.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. Danish Siddiqui, general secretary of the All India Talim Board, said that according to the policy, the festival will be celebrated with simplicity.
Bought in a closed lock
Saharanpur People went shopping in the markets regarding Eid. The markets were crowded during the early morning discounts. Apart from that, vendors held shutters at Nehru Market, Court Road, Delhi Road, Pul Kambohan, Chilkana Road, Chakrata Road, Raiwala, but opened the shutter when the customer arrived and sold the goods . Some shops have also been closed by the police.
Security is chalked up, root is also redirected
Saharanpur Police have made preparations for the security of Eid. Police forces will be stationed around the mosque and Idgah. In this context, the SSP doctor S. Chanappa has given instructions to all police officers responsible for the district. The SSP appealed to the population to follow the guidelines regarding the corona.

Saharanpur The Eid Festival is celebrated today. Due to a corona infection, Namaz will not be on Eid Gah, nor can only five people offer Namaz in mosques. Everyone must offer oath prayers in their homes. Instead of hugging, oath is also welcomed on social media itself. This call was made by both the administration and Darul Uloom.

Only five people can offer namaz in all mosques, including the main Jama Masjid in the metropolis’ Chowk Fountain, the old Jama Masjid, Bangi Bazaar. Jama Masjid’s manager Maulana Maulvi Farid said government guidelines are being followed. Darul Uloom has also appealed to people to offer namaz by staying in their homes. The oath prayers take place from 5.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. Danish Siddiqui, general secretary of the All India Talim Board, said that according to the policy, the festival will be celebrated with simplicity.

Bought in a closed lock

Saharanpur People went shopping in the markets regarding Eid. The markets were crowded during the early morning discounts. Apart from that, vendors held shutters at Nehru Market, Court Road, Delhi Road, Pul Kambohan, Chilkana Road, Chakrata Road, Raiwala, but opened the shutter when the customer arrived and sold the goods . Some shops have also been closed by the police.

Security is chalked up, root is also redirected

Saharanpur Police have made preparations for the security of Eid. Police forces will be stationed around the mosque and Idgah. In this context, the SSP doctor S. Chanappa gave instructions to all police officers responsible for the district. The SSP appealed to the population to follow the guidelines regarding the corona.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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