Other – Prayer to Get Rid of Corona by offering Namaz in homes

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– Photo: UNNAO

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Unnao. The festival of Eid-ul-Azha (Bakrid) was omitted in the district on Wednesday. According to the covid policy, people prayed for relief from corona by offering namaz in their homes. The sacrifice was done at home itself. The time of sacrifice ended with sunset. Due to the prohibition of mass prayers and open sacrifices, police were deployed in important places. Police and administrators continued to take stock of peace and security.
Because of the corona infection, the district administration had banned the offering of Namaz in Idgah. In mosques it was also forbidden to pray by more than five people at the same time. People followed him and offered namaz at home. Then there was a time of sacrifice in the houses themselves. Muslims greet each other on Bakrid. The congratulations on the phone lasted until late in the evening. Enjoyed vermicelli and other delicious dishes.
DM Ravindra Kumar, SP Anand Kulkarni, SDM Satyapriya Singh and other police and administrative officers continued to visit the area. SDM Pradeep Verma, together with the police, has been inspecting other Idgahs and mosques in the area, including Mohan, Nyotani, to ensure compliance with the corona protocol at the Bakrid festival in Hasanganj. Mohan chairman Hayat Rasool, Haji Zubair, Anwar Siddiqui, Munna Jaga, Nyotani chairman Manish Rathore and former Mohan chairman Samarjit Yadav congratulated everyone. Prayers were offered in all mosques in the city, including Walker Mian’s Dargah in Syedwara, Mohalla Dargah Sharif, Mohalla Dargah Sharif’s Mosque, Muqariana Mohalla Masjid, Alim Shah’s Mosque, and Fateh Khan’s Mosque. In Purva, too, the people offered Namaz in their homes with prayers for the progress and well-being of the country. In other areas such as Safipur, Bighapur, Nawabganj, Achalganj, Chakalvanshi, Miyaganj, the festival was celebrated with joy.

Children hug and congratulate Bakrid. conversation– Photo: UNNAO

Unnao. The festival of Eid-ul-Azha (Bakrid) was omitted in the district on Wednesday. According to the covid policy, people prayed for relief from corona by offering namaz in their homes. The sacrifice was done at home itself. The time of sacrifice ended with sunset. Due to the prohibition of mass prayers and open sacrifices, police were deployed in important places. Police and administrators continued to take stock of peace and security.

Because of the corona infection, the district administration had banned the offering of Namaz in Idgah. In mosques it was also forbidden to pray by more than five people at the same time. People followed him and offered namaz at home. Then there was a time of sacrifice in the houses themselves. Muslims greet each other on Bakrid. The congratulations on the phone lasted until late in the evening. Enjoyed vermicelli and other delicious dishes.

DM Ravindra Kumar, SP Anand Kulkarni, SDM Satyapriya Singh and other police and administrative officers continued to visit the area. SDM Pradeep Verma, together with the police, has been inspecting other Idgahs and mosques in the area, including Mohan, Nyotani, to ensure compliance with the corona protocol at the Bakrid festival in Hasanganj. Mohan chairman Hayat Rasool, Haji Zubair, Anwar Siddiqui, Munna Jaga, Nyotani chairman Manish Rathore and former Mohan chairman Samarjit Yadav congratulated everyone. Prayers were offered in all mosques in the city, including Walker Mian’s Dargah in Syedwara, Mohalla Dargah Sharif, Mohalla Dargah Sharif’s Mosque, Muqariana Mohalla Masjid, Alim Shah’s Mosque, and Fateh Khan’s Mosque. In Purva, too, the people offered Namaz in their homes with prayers for the progress and well-being of the country. In other areas such as Safipur, Bighapur, Nawabganj, Achalganj, Chakalvanshi, Miyaganj, the festival was celebrated with joy.

Children hug and congratulate Bakrid.  conversation

Children hug and congratulate Bakrid. conversation– Photo: UNNAO

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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