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PM Imran asks the country to celebrate Eid al-Fitr in a “different way from the usual celebratory style”



Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Dr. Arif Alvi on Sunday urged countries to comply with preventive measures as the nation celebrates Eid amid a new coronavirus pandemic.

In a two-part tweet, the prime minister asked the masses to observe Eid al-Fitr in a “different way from the usual celebration style”, given the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) and Covid-19 accidents.

The prime minister asked the country to pray for all the families who lost their loved ones in the accident and for those whose loved ones died from deadly diseases.

The prime minister stated that the state must ensure the application of standard operating procedures (SOP), adding that social distance must be considered during the Eid holidays.

The prime minister also hopes that Eid al-Fitr specifically for oppressed Kashmir in occupied Kashmir for observing patience and courage during lockdown.

In a video message, the prime minister said we must celebrate Eid al-Fitr carefully, adding that the masses must follow the SOP, avoid crowded places, observe social distance by exchanging Eid greetings from afar and help vulnerable segments of society that have been influenced by kuncitara.

President Dr Arif Alvi in ​​his message, dedicated his wishes to those killed in plane crashes, to frontline doctors and nurses who fought against Covid-19, for patients affected by the virus, to Kashmir, for Muslims suffering in India, for refugees Palestine and Muslims throughout the world.

Alvi called on all countries to observe precautions, ensure social distance and wear masks to protect each other from viruses. He said he would pray at Eid’s house.

Alvi further stated that the entire nation would face the critical challenge of Covid-19 with solidarity and by observing preventive measures.

The President prayed that the nation would overcome the pandemic.

Army Chief of Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa also hopes the country on Eid al-Fitr opportunities.

He took to the microblogging site Twitter and prayed to God for guidance and blessings to overcome the current situation in the country.

Sindh Governor Imran Ismail, calling Eid al-Fitr “different” this year, said the nation had gone through a lot in the past few months.

The governor of Sindh said Pakistan will not be able to celebrate Eid al-Fitr with a big meeting this year, but we will get through this.

He said we must focus on those affected by the lock and reach out and help them in any way we can.

Federal Information and Broadcasting Minister Shibli Faraz on the first day of Eid al-Fitr, paid tribute to those who lost their lives in plane crashes, those affected by Covid-19 and oppressed Kashmiris in Indian-occupied Kashmir.


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