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Sindh govt appeals Ulema to reconsider decision regarding Mosques

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

23rd Apr, 2020. 09:28 pm
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Sindh govt appeals Ulema to reconsider decision regarding Mosques

The Sindh government has appealed to religious scholars to reconsider their decisions regarding offering prayers in mosques during Ramadan.

During a press conference with provincial ministers Saeed Ghani and Imtiaz Sheikh in Karachi, Nasir Hussain Shah said, “Everything that has happened in the country prior has been done with the help and consultation of scholars, so they should reconsider their decisions.” We need to improve on how we can defeat this coronavirus pandemic. ”

“We will not install locks in mosques anywhere but we request that SOPs should be followed to prevent the spread of the COVID-19,” he said.

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Criticizing the federal government, Nasir Hussain Shah said, “We want to go together but some federal ministers and some spokespersons are making such allegations that we have been forced to respond. The Sindh government and Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah have been praised for their efforts in dealing with the coronavirus, which few federal ministers couldn’t digest.

He also demanded a judicial commission to investigate the truth behind the fatalities due to the Coronavirus.

Nasir Hussain Shah while talking about the business community said, “We want to resolve the problems of the business community and we have taken various steps to solve their problems. We have written to the federal government to wave the loans of small traders or to reschedule them.” Interest rates should be reduced and other incentives should be given, while SOPs are being set up under which business will be allowed to open.

During the press conference, Saeed Ghani said, “Yesterday at the Karachi Press Club, eminent and senior doctors of Karachi presented a factual situation to the public which was very worrying. It was said that the doctors are doing politics at the behest of the Sindh government.

“If any section or individual criticize the spokespersons of the federal government, they accuse them of politicking, which is very unfortunate. The words of the doctors need to be seriously considered,” he said.

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