JIH Jalna Muslim Leaders Message to people for EID Day

Posted on 18 May 2020 by Webmaster JIH Maharashtra

Muslim community leaders in Jalna in Maharashtra on Monday said they have requested the administration to not allow shops to open for Eid festivities as it could dilute the lockdown in place for the coronavirus outbreak.
    “On behalf of the Muslim community here, we have submitted a memorandum to the district collector to not allow the opening of shops. The Muslim community has decided to celebrate Eid with simplicity during this tough time by
helping the poor and needy,” said Jamaat-e-Islami-Hind state unit secretary Shaikh Mujeeb.
Jamiat Ulema Marathwada unit vice president Maulana Nasrullah Hussaini said the administration, doctors, and
thousands of frontline workers are fighting to contain the outbreak, and it was the duty of all people to cooperate.
“Eid shopping and crowding may lead to violation of social distancing norms and could result in the spread of the
disease,” he said.
City Kazi Mufti Abdul Rahman said Eid namaaz can be offered at home, while social activist Nazim Sarkar said
people should use the festival to help others during these distressing times. PTI COR BNM BNM
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