Eid-al-Adha: President Kovind, PM Modi extend Bakrid wishes to nation

Today is the day of Bakrid. Eid-ul-Adha prayers are being performed throughout the country. On this occasion, Eid-ul-Adha prayers were performed in different parts of the country, including Delhi’s Jama Masjid.

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New Delhi: Today is the day of Bakrid. Eid-ul-Adha prayers are being performed throughout the country. On this occasion, Eid-ul-Adha prayers were performed in different parts of the country, including Delhi’s Jama Masjid. Prayers were offered at Jama Masjid in Delhi at 6.5 am in the morning.

 

Due to the Corona crisis, the people of the mosque repeatedly appealed to the people who came to offer prayers in Jama Masjid, keeping distance. Policemen posted at Jama Masjid allowed people to enter the mosque only after conducting thermal screening.

Twitter wishes from PM Modi:

On this occasion, Prime Minister Modi and President Ramnath Kovind greeted the countrymen on Eid. He has congratulated and congratulated the Muslim brothers and sisters on the occasion of Bakrid on Twitter. He has said in his tweet that we respect this day of sacrifice and sacrifice. On Eid, he has called on everyone to work together for unity and brotherhood in an inclusive society.

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Eid Namaz at Mosque:

Mixed pictures were seen during the Namaz at the mosque. In the Corona crisis, some Namaji were seen following social distancing, while some were seen violating it. During the Namaz at Jama Masjid, most people performed Namaz after taking care of social distance.

People sitting in the mosque were seen doing the namaz by making a distance. Some people also offered namaz by sitting on the stairs of the mosque. According to the mosque management, most people followed the rules.

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Many were seen roaming the mosque without a mask. Although people believed that some people have violated social distancing somewhere. Authorities said that most people followed the rules. Some violated the rules on late arrival.

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