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Pakistan observes ‘Jumatul Wida’ amid COVID-19 pandemic

KARACHI: The last Friday of the holy month of Ramazan ‘Jumatul Wida’ was observed across the country today.
Millions of people, who fasted this month, will offer Friday prayers at mosques and at homes due to the situation caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.
As per details, Jumatul Wida has a special importance as it leads to the departure of holy month of Ramazan.
Prayer leader in their sermons stressed upon Muslims to purify their souls through a greater dedication to prayer, seek forgiveness of Allah Almighty and being kind to fellow beings.
They also urged greater Muslim unity and call for making the joint efforts for the emancipation of the Muslim world.
They also urged for greater unity among Muslims to counter present-day challenges of the pandemic.
On the occasion, special prayers were offered for the progress and prosperity of Pakistan, unity of Muslims the world over and their emancipation.
Special prayers were offered for the independence of Kashmir, Palestine, and other parts of the world where Muslims are engaged in the struggle for their right to self-determination.
Today, the Sindh government has decided not to impose a strict lockdown across the province for prayers on the last Friday of Ramazan.
The provincial government said that the mosques will observe congregational prayers however, it asked citizens to offer prayers as per the SOPs laid out by the federal government.
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