Keeping in mind the spread of Covid-19, the police have served notices to several mosques in the city to allow only five persons to offer prayers at a time.
Though many Muslims offered prayers from their homes, many also congregated on streets without masks or physical distancing
Mosques to begin their prayers at 9 am uniformly to avoid crowds.
The court was hearing a petition filed by Al Qureshi Human Welfare Association seeking free movement at the Deonar abattoir.
Meanwhile, the KDMC revoked the permission given to Bail Bazar locality, where cattle were being sold for the upcoming festival.
Citing China as an example, it said the Covid-19 virus was reportedly transmitted from bats to human beings, and now the disease has engulfed the world.
As many as 4.55 lakh plastic bags will be distributed among families in Hyderabad ahead of Bakrid festival for the collection of animal waste.
“No slaughtering of animals of the permitted category —except the prohibited category of camels and cows etc — shall be allowed in public places,” the bench ordered.
While members of the Hindu Makkal Katchi are alleged to have been involved in both these cases, that have come ahead of Bakrid, no FIRs were filed by the police officials concerned.
EID prayers at Eidgahs will not be permitted as there may be chance of Covid-19 to spread, Telangana Waqf Board stated in its guidelines for the upcoming Bakrid festival on Wednesday.
The seminary issued a fatwa saying Qurbani has its significance and it can’t be replaced with anything else
With this ruling, during Bakrid, which is observed in the first week of September, cattle can be sacrificed without any legal ramifications.