Mosques will remain open in Ramazan, Noorul Haq Qadri

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony Noorul Haq Qadri, said that mosques across Pakistan will remain open during Ramazan while adhering to COVID-19 basic operating protocols.

He urged citizens to exercise restraint while carrying out their religious duties.

In response to a query, the minister said that Hajj arrangements will be done in accordance with Saudi Arabian government directives.

He mentioned that the Pakistani government is awaiting the Saudi government’s approval before signing a Hajj agreement.

The third wave of coronavirus in Pakistan is showing no signs of slowing down, with the positivity levels reaching 11% on Monday.

Pakistan keep grappling with the third wave of COVID

As the third wave of the coronavirus continues to take its toll on Pakistani citizens, the government reimposed restrictions by tightening social distancing and traveling while all indoors and outdoors gatherings are banned in corona hotspot areas. Schools also remain closed in regions with a high number of covid cases


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