Roza-e-Athar in Masjid Nabavi Sharif will be opened to the public after two weeks,
according to the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Prophet’s Mosque.
The administration of Masjid Nabavi Sharif has said that from the first Rabi-ul-Awal on Sunday, October 17, the pilgrims will be able to enter Roza-e-Athar and offer prayers in Masjid Nabavi.
“Permission has to be obtained from the ‘Etamarna’ app for performing prayers and visiting the holy shrine.”
“Visitors will be required to follow social precautions and instructions, including all safety precautions.”
“75% of the people will be allowed to enter the holy shrine according to their capacity.”
— WMN-ENG (@wmngovEN) October 2, 2020
It should be noted that the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah has released the ‘Etamarna’ app which can be downloaded to get permission for prayers in Umrah or Roza Athar.
Earlier, the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah had clarified that through the Etemarna app, permission can be obtained for Umrah, prayers in Masjid-ul-Haram, attendance in Masjid-e-Nabavi, Roza-e-Athar, Tawaf, Masjid-e-Qaba and Masjid-e-Sayyid-e-Shuhada.
However, in the first phase of the app, only the Umrah permit is being issued.