Pakistan celebrate Eid on same day across the country after 1974. Eid-ul-Fitr was simply celebrated across the country today due to the coronavirus and the plane crash. On the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, small and large gatherings of Eid prayers were held in mosques, Eid Gah, and Imambargahs across the country.
Special prayers were offered for the forgiveness of the martyrs of the tragic plane crash, liberation from the coronavirus, development, prosperity, and security of the country.
In this moment of grief, the scholars prayed for patience for the families of the departed and the injured and the sick, while after the Eid prayers, people congratulated each other and expressed good feelings.
In Karachi too, Eid-ul-Fitr was celebrated with simplicity, and Eid prayers were offered in the city’s mosques and Eid venues after which people congratulated each other on Eid.
The largest Eid gathering in Islamabad was at Shah Faisal Mosque while in Rawalpindi it was held at Liaquat Bagh where a large number of worshipers attended.
Eid prayers were offered at 5,000 mosques and more than 190 open spaces in Lahore, during which time the code of conduct for security arrangements from Corona was fully implemented.
Special security arrangements were made on the occasion and precautionary measures against the coronavirus were also taken into consideration.
Pakistan celebrate Eid on same day across the country after 1974. Eid-ul-Fitr prayers were held at more than 300 places in and around Quetta, while the largest Eid prayer gathering in the city was held at Toghi Road, the main Eid Gah.
Central Khatib Maulana Anwar-ul-Haq Haqqani led the Eid prayers at the Central Eid Gah and also took precautionary measures against the Coronavirus.
On this occasion, special prayers were offered for the forgiveness of the victims of the plane crash and the development and prosperity of the country.
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