Idgah Mir Alam gears up for Bakrid 2021

Hyderabad, July 17 (Maxim News): Elaborate arrangements are being made for the Eid Ul Adha 2021 prayers which fall on Wednesday at Idgah Mir Alam, where thousands worshippers may offer special prayers with social distancing.

Wakf Board chairman Mohammed Saleem visited the idgah along with senior officials of various departments on Saturday and reviewed the preparations.

Work related to arrangements at idgahs have already started. GHMC workers have begun sanitation works. Inside the Mir Alam idgah, floors are being cleaned. Water dispensers and water barrels will be available between the rows.

The electricity department will provide mobile transformers to ensure uninterrupted electricity supply.

Police is drafting road restrictions for traffic and providing security cover during the Id prayers. General vehicles will not be allowed from morning till the end of the Id congregation between Bahadurpura crossroads and Shastripuram crossroads. Vehicles belonging to worshippers will be allowed near the idgah.

The TSRTC will arrange special buses from various destinations to the Idgah Mir Alam. Health and sanitation workers will also be deployed during the prayer.

Mohd Saleem advised officials to erect additional tents outside the Idgah considering the weather as people pray in the adjacent open areas and roads.

He said that imam-wo-qateeb Macca Masjid Moulana Rizwan Qureshi will lead the prayers and deliver sermon the afterwards while Moulana Dr Saifullah and Moulana Hussamuddin Saani Jafar Pasha will speak before the prayers. The prayer at Idgah Mir Alam is at 9.30 am.

He said that apart from Idgah Mir Alam, the Wakf Board is also making arrangements in various idgahs in the twin cities at Madannapet, Golconda and Hafizpet.

Bahadurpura AIMIM MLA Nawab Mohd Mouzam Khan, Syed Rafeeq Addl DCP South Zone, GHMC Zonal Commissioner Ashok and others were present. (Maxim News)

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