Pakistan government allows mosque prayers in Ramadan on strict terms

Bangla Hunt Desk: Imran Khan, the government of Pakistan, allowed the Maulana people to attend public prayers in the holy month of Ramadan on Saturday, under pressure from the Maulanas in the wake of the Corona virus crisis. It is worth mentioning that the Corona virus has so far killed over 100,000 people worldwide.

The President of Pakistan, Dr Arif Alvi, made this announcement after having a meeting with religious leaders and political representatives from all walks of life. Alvi said this was an important compromise and the decision was made by agreeing with all religious leaders. The fundamentalists agreed to maintain social distance and obey the direction of the government while offering prayers at the mosque.

According to the agreement, people, children and fever victims will not be allowed to enter the mosque above the age of six. Without special prayer mosques, roads, sidewalks and other places cannot be organized. According to this agreement, all the carpet should be removed and cleaned with disinfectant on the floor of the mosque. You should maintain a distance of six feet while praying and everyone must wear a mask. And most importantly, hands can be shaved and not embraced.

Alvi said if the government sees one drop of the instruction being violated, or the virus is spreading further, then the decision to pray in the mosque will be judged again. In Pakistan's religious case, Minister Nurul Hoq Qadri has appealed to all radicals to take the issue of the Corona virus epidemic seriously. He warns that if the number of patients and the dead increases, they will be liable.

It should be noted that despite the increase in cases of coroner virus, the Pakistani government failed to stop praying at the mosque. Yet in many mosques in the country, prayers are being performed without following any rules. The case of Corona virus has increased in Pakistan on Saturday to 6,900. And so far 6 people have died from the virus.

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