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Sindh chief minister asks people to offer Taraweeh prayers at homes

Sindh chief minister asks people to offer Taraweeh prayers at homes
April 24, 2020
KARACHI (92 News) – Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has appealed the people to offer Taraweeh prayers at homes over coronavirus outbreak. In a video message, the chief minister said that in view of increasing number of coronavirus cases and in fear shown by the doctors and Pakistan Medical Association (PMA), we have taken the difficult decision to limit Taraweeh prayers to 3 to 5 people at mosques. Murad Ali Shah said that mosques across the province will remain open and Taraweeh prayers will be offered as usual but only the staff will be allowed to participate as its is feared that the coronavirus pandemic will spread massively if large gathering are not avoided. “I appreciate the support extended by Ulema to date, and urge them to continue to support us, as we all work together to overcome the coronavirus pandemic. May Allah guide us to the right path!” he said.