STATE TIMES NEWSBhadarwah: In view of Covid-19, Eid-ul-Adha celebrations were witnessed with simplicity across Chenab region on Wednesday and as per guidelines, there were no prayers in Eidgahs.According to reports, no Eid prayers were offered for the second consecutive year in Eidgahs in view of outbreak of novel Corona Virus.People preferred to offer Eid prayers at their respective Masjids while following SOPs and Guidelines.The people celebrated Eid-Ul-Adha with low-key fair on second consecutive year amid COVID-19 pandemic that has claimed 4371 lives and infected over 320112 people so far in UT of J&K.Bhadarwah people also offered prayers from their respective Mosques while following Covid SOPs and Guidelines.Security arrangements were beefed up in the area under the supervision of SP Bhadarwah Abdul Qayoom, who was also present outside Markazi Jamia Masjid Bhadarwah along with SHO Bhadarwah Jatinder Singh Rakwal.President Anjuman-e-islamia Bhadarwah Parvez Ahmed said that as announced, people of Bhadarwah offered prayers at their respective Masjids. He said that the charm of Eid is missing due to Covid-19 but we have to co-operate with administration and police to fight against it.ADC Bhadarwah Rakesh Kumar while greeting people on the eve of Eid-ul-Adha said that people showed their wisdom by following all SOPs and Guidelines while offering prayers.Like other parts of Country, People celebrated Eid-ul-Adha also known as Bakar Eid in Banihal area of Ramban and offered eid prayers at their respective Mohalla Masjids while following all SOP issued by Government and administration in view of Covid-19.As appealed by religious leaders, people offered Eid prayers at their respective Mohalla Masjids, due to which Eidgahs in all parts of Ramban District remained either locked or empty due to COVID-19 threat.People greeted each other but while following the social distancing and avoiding visiting to friends and relatives.Adequate arrangements including Masks and Sanitizers were made available for people visiting mosques to offer Eid prayers while maintaining social distancing.Imaam Jamia Gosia Banihal Mohd Younis Qadri as per our request, people offered prayers in their respective Mosques, where special prayers were offered, while following all SOPs and Guidelines, for well-being of the country in view of Covid-19.Meanwhile people in other areas of Chenab Valley including Ramban, Batote, Kishtwar, Gandoh, Marwah and other areas also offered prayers from their respective Masjids.DDC Ramban Mussarat-ul-Islam, DDC Doda Vikas Sharma and DDC Kishtwar Ashok Sharma also greeted people on the eve of auspicious occasion of Eid-ul-Adha.RAJOURI: Army organised a festivity gathering with children from madrassa at Samote, Budhal and Kotranka in district Rajouri on the auspicious occasion of Bakri-Eid, with an aim to bring joy and spread happiness in their lives. On this occasion, Indian Army distributed sweets, stationary and COVID-19 essential items to these children.To motivate these children and bring happiness and festivities in their lives on the joyful occasion of Bakri-Eid, interaction was carried out by Indian Army at Samote. The children were also given guidance on the importance of education in life and Covid awareness. Sweets, Stationary kits and Covid essential items were distributed to the children. The prominent locals of the area lauded this unique initiative of Indian Army and expressed their sincere thanks and gratitude for celebrations with these children. Large numbers of Students attended the Bakri-Eid.
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