Bakrid marked by fanfare and revelry


Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh has once again set an example across the country on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha (Bakrid). On the call of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, this time too, Eid prayers were not offered on the roads by obstructing traffic anywhere in the state. Muslim religious leaders also supported the CM’s appeal, as a result, Eid prayers were offered only at Idgah or other designated places.

CM Yogi had already given instructions

Earlier, a similar unprecedented situation was seen in the state during Eid ul Fitr prayers, when people offered prayers in mosques on the appeal of the Chief Minister. At the same time, strong security arrangements were made across the state. At the same time, surveillance was done through drones in sensitive areas. On the other hand, the police took out a flag march a day before and tried to instill confidence in the people about security.

The Chief Minister had already instructed the officers of all the districts to maintain communication with the religious leaders and other eminent people of the society in their respective areas, so that a positive message reaches the public. He had said that it should also be ensured that there is no sacrifice of banned animals anywhere. Every district should have a systematic action plan for disposal of waste after sacrifice.

CM Yogi’s efforts showed positive effect

CM Yogi’s instructions and efforts showed positive effect in the state and no namaz was offered on the road anywhere. According to estimates, this year namaz was offered at more than 30 thousand places in the state, in which about three thousand places were marked and strong security arrangements were made. Let us tell you that earlier in every city in the state, lakhs of people used to offer namaz on roads and other places, which caused traffic problems.

At the same time, the result of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s call is that a new message is being sent across the country by offering namaz peacefully in mosques/Idgahs in every district of the state. Not only this, due to Ganga Dussehra on Sunday, Eid-ul-Azha on Monday and Bada Mangal of Jyeshtha month on Tuesday, the state police department was also seen in special alert mode. This was the reason that the fear of dispute expressed by many people also proved to be baseless. There is information of celebrating the festival with joy and gaiety from all the 75 districts of the state.


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