Bakrid 2021: Eid is being celebrated following Covid rules, praying for peace in the country

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has congratulated the people of the state on the occasion of Bakrid

Bakrid 2021: Eid is being celebrated following Covid rules, praying for peace in the country

Keeping in view the rules of Covid, the festival of Eid-ul-Zua is being celebrated in Uttarakhand today. People offered Eid prayers in committee numbers in homes and mosques and prayed for peace in the country. During this, full care was taken of the corona protocol. At the same time, 10 people were offered Namaz in Idgah along with the city Imam in Ramnagar.

Governor extends Eid greetings

Governor Baby Rani Maurya congratulated the people of the state, especially the Muslim community, on Bakrid. In his message, the Governor said that it is a festival of sacrifice and dedication. It inspires human welfare, service and help to the needy.

Chief Minister congratulated Bakrid

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has congratulated the people of the state, especially the Muslim citizens of the state, on the occasion of Bakrid. In his message, the Chief Minister said that this festival of happiness strengthens social unity as well as enhances the spirit of mutual brotherhood. The Chief Minister has appealed to celebrate the festival by following the Covid protocol.

Eid ul-Zuha prayers will be read in homes

Regarding the festival of Bakrid Eid-ul-Zuha, SHO Selakui Vinod Rana appealed to the people to offer Eid prayers in their homes during the festival. In this regard, people of their respective areas were also informed and asked to make them aware. He said that social distancing should be fully followed along with no gathering of any crowd during the festival.

Namaz in Idgah under Covid rule

Eid prayers were offered with physical distance rule in Idgah of Manglore, Haridwar, while Eid prayers were also held in mosques with Covid rule. People made huge purchases of clothes and food items.

Five people offered Namaz in Idgah and Mosques

In Haridwar district, only five people offered Namaz in Idgah and Mosques. The rest offered Namaz at home. No congregational prayers of Eid-ul-Adha were held in any Idgah and mosques of the district.

Dignitaries of Muslim society have appealed to the worshipers to offer Eid-ul-Azha prayers at home so that they can be successful in preventing the possible third wave of corona infection. In view of the festival, police force has also been deployed at Idgah and mosques for security. Eid-ul-Azha prayers were offered at the city Idgah at 9 am.