As Eid ul Fitr’s countdown nears its conclusion, the markets of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, including the densely populated Mirpur district, look like a celebration on Friday as people came out in large numbers despite Eid shopping SOPs were advised by authorities to stop the danger of spreading COVID-19 in this phase of the worldwide epidemic
MIRPUR (Urdupost / Pakistan Point News – May 22, 2020): Eid ul Fitr is nearing the end of the countdown, including markets in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, in densely populated Mirpur district, with a festive look on Friday as people In this ongoing era of worldwide epidemics, large numbers came out in the late stages of their Eid shopping despite the SOPs advised by the authorities to stop the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Residents in major cities including Muzaffarabad, Mirpur, Kotli, Bhimber, Rawalakot, Palandri, Bagh surrounded the market to buy groceries, clothes, shoes, and edibles.
Eid-ul-Fitr, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, is to be celebrated on 24 or 25 May at AJK, which is under the vision of the algae moon.
The city saw a huge crowd of shopkeepers at the business hub Shaheed Chowk, F / 1, Nangi, and Allama Iqbal Road in the city, reported the APP AJK correspondent on Friday from Mirpur, the ancestral town of over one lakh UK-based Kashmiri migrants. There was a huge crowd. Traffic clutter on all major routes. Traffic wardens have had a tough time handling traffic, especially since yesterday.
In the meantime, Muslims performed night prayers at Shab-e-Quadra (night) last night, which is on the 27th night of the fasting month. Muslims pray throughout this night as it is considered the holiest night in the last 10 days of Ramadan ul Mubarak.