KARACHI: The Sindh government has decided to allow only a limited number of worshippers to offer Taraweeh prayers at mosques across the province.
According to the announcement, members of mosque management will only be able to offer Taraweeh prayers at mosques, while rest of the people should offer Taraweeh at homes.
In a video message, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah said that like previous four Fridays, this Friday as well strict lockdown would be imposed between 12 and 3 PM. Just limited number of worshippers would be offer to Jummah at mosques, he said.
On Apr 23, Prime Minister Imran Khan had said Pakistan may witness the hardest period of coronavirus in May this year.
PM Imran had said “Never the world has ever witnessed a virus which spreads which such a speed.”
He had asked people to offer prayer at home during Ramadan and avoid going out unnecessarily. Alhamdulillah, coronavirus cases in Pakistan had been reported less than predicted, he had said.