The imam of the Jama Masjid cried when he saw the empty mosque premises in the lockdown


BanglaHunt Desk: The scene on Friday at the Jama Masjid in Delhi was completely different. It is usually crowded all year round. However, various restrictions have been imposed on the corona virus, and religious places are closed. In such a situation, the staff of Jama Masjid and some members of the family of Shahi Imam Syed Ahmad Bukhari joined in the farewell prayer. During the argument, Bukhari became a little emotional and was seen wiping away tears with a handkerchief. According to official guidelines, people from Delhi's Muslim community offer house-to-house prayers.

People sit at home and pray for 7 days

Shahi Imam Syed Ahmad Bukhari has said many things with sorrow. The Shahi Imam of the Jama Masjid said, “A large number of people wanted to pray in the Jama Masjid, but they were asked to pray in their homes and they did so. On Friday, the staff and some members of the Jama Masjid offered Jummah prayers. They also complete this decay by keeping distance at all the rules. “

Where many people used to come in a year, today there is only emptiness

Thousands of people gather in every area of ​​Delhi's Jama Masjid. Here, there is no crowd due to the lockdown for the last two months, the gates of the Jame Mosque are closed during the lockdown. No one is coming from outside to offer prayers. Before this, Jumma prayers were held in the mosque. On Friday, the staff of the Jame Mosque and the family of the royal imam prayed for farewell following the tradition of social differences. Bukhari wished the country well.