Maharashtra Lockdown Update: Appeal of Union Minister Ramdas Athawale to Maharashtra Government – Along with easing restrictions on Bakrid,…

Maharashtra Lockdown Update: Ramdas Athawale appealed to the Maharashtra government to relax some restrictions for Bakri Eid 2021.

Maharashtra Lockdown Update: Republican Party of India (Republican Party Of India) National President of and Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Ramdas Athawale (Ramdas Athawale) Bakrid from Maharashtra government on Monday (Bakri Eid 2021) to relax some restrictions and allow people to offer prayers in mosques during the festival.Also Read – UP Bakrid Guidelines: Guidelines issued for Bakrid in UP, know complete guidelines issued by Yogi government

Ramdas Athawale met representatives of the Muslim community at his Mumbai residence today on various issues related to Bakrid. After the meeting, he assured that he would meet Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. (Uddhav Thackeray) Will write a letter to, requesting that at least 50 people be allowed to offer Namaz in mosques. Also Read – Mumbai Rains: Rain wreaked havoc in Mumbai, 15 people died due to wall collapse this morning, many may be buried under debris

He also said that the government should start selling goats in the open market instead of online for Eid. He further said that symbolic sacrifice is not acceptable in Islam and the state government should not perform symbolic sacrifices on Muslims. Also Read – Maharashtra News: Sharad Pawar meets PM Modi, talks and meetings intensify political stir in Maharashtra

Meanwhile, the Maharashtra government has banned all religious activities in the state due to the COVID-19 crisis and appealed not to crowd public places. The state government has also appealed to the people of the Muslim community not to offer Namaz in mosques on Eid, but in their homes.

It is known that currently the lockdown in Maharashtra (Maharashtra Lockdown Updates) As restrictions are applicable. Here there is a provision of relaxation in the areas according to the corona positivity rate.

(Input: ANI)


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