Srinagar: Continuing its measures to check the spread of Coronavirus, District Administration Srinagar on Thursday ordered the closure of religious places which attract gathering.
The move is aimed at ensuring the implementation of countrywide lock-down called by PM Modi in view of Covid-19.DC Srinagar Tweeted: Closure of all religious places in #Srinagar is under way. With active cooperation of Managenent committees. Revered shrines Hazratbal, Naqshband Saheb show the way.
Meanwhile, according to KNO, Kashmir’s Grand Mufti Nasirul Islam has appealed the people to not hold Friday congregational prayers tomorrow.
He said there should be no violation of the directions issued by him. As far the mandatory five times prayers a day, Mufti said that only three people including the Muazin should offer five times prayers in the masjid, rest of people should offer prayers at home.