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Most countries, including India, all pilgrimage places like Temples, Mosques, Churches, and Gurdwaras have been closed. However, Pakistan is the only nation following a different protocol in this matter.

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People all over the world are imprisoned in their homes due to coronavirus. People are being taught the lesson of social distancing. Whereas in most countries including India, all pilgrimage places like Temples, Mosques, Churches, and Gurdwaras have been closed. However, Pakistan is the only nation following a different protocol in this matter. School-colleges, malls, etc. are closed here, but mosques are still open. Let's know - what rules are the lockdown in Pakistan, how are they being followed in Pakistan.

Corona cases in Pakistan

According to current statistics, the number of corona infected patients in Pakistan is above 10,000, more than 200 people have died and more than 2300 have been cured.

Mosques will be open

Pakistan President Arif Alvi had announced on 18 April 2020 that mosques would be open for the Taraweeh (evening) prayers in Ramadan, urging citizens and religious leaders to follow discipline as soon as they arrived in mosques and the coronavirus epidemic. Taraweeh is one of the most significant practices of Ramadan, Taraweeh is a congregational sunnah or non-obligatory prayer performed after the 'Isha or evening prayer every night during Ramadan. Taraweeh means to rest or relaxation.3 days ago

Take precautions against the coronavirus, it was said that citizens and children above 50 years of age are not allowed to come to the mosque. Alvi announced conditional permission for Taraweeh (evening) and Friday prayers in the mosques, saying that 20 guidelines have been agreed with the clerics.

Pakistan Prime Minister's statement

Many countries expressed concern over the decision to allow mass prayers in mosques in Ramadan, In Pakistan. while the statement of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan came on 21 April 2020. Defending his government's decision, he said, he cannot stop people from going to mosques.

Imran Khan said that "Pakistan is an independent country; we cannot stop people here from going to religious places". With this, he said that due to Coronavirus, if people do not follow the rules of social distancing in the mosque, then they will be closed again. "

In an independent society, people have the freedom to use their minds; they are free to decide what is better for the country and what is not.





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