Pakistan marks Jumatul Wida amid coronavirus pandemic

Pakistan marks Jumatul Wida amid coronavirus pandemic


Jumatul Wida, the last Friday of Ramadan, is observed across the country today.

Jumatul Wida has a special significance as it leads to the departure of holy month of Ramadan and a sign of the Eid celebrations to come.

Millions of people who fasted this month will pray in mosques and families on Friday due to the situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Imams and Hatibs will pressure Muslims when they preach, asking them to purify their souls through more religious prayers, asking forgiveness from Almighty Allah and being kind to their fellow citizens.

Ulima and religious leaders will push for greater Muslim unity and call for a common struggle to liberate the Muslim world.

They will call for greater solidarity among Muslims to meet today’s challenges. This occasion offers special prayers for the progress and prosperity of Pakistan, the unity of Muslims around the world and their liberation.

It will also pray for the independence of Kashmir, Palestine and other parts of the world where Muslims fight for their right to self-determination.

Sindh does not observe a strict blockade
Sindh Province has decided not to impose strict detention measures on the last Friday of Ramadan.

The provincial government said the mosque will have collective prayers, but citizens should pray in accordance with the SOP set by the federal government.

On Wednesday, the provincial government has citizens pray together on Friday and Eid.

Previously, because of the pandemic pandemic, a strict blockade was imposed and a strict blockade was introduced from 12:00 to 15:00 on Friday.

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