Muslims all over the world, including Pakistan, are celebrating the birth anniversary of last Prophet Hazrat Muhammad Mustafa (PBUH) with religious devotion and respect, processions and Milad ceremonies have also been organized.
According to the report of Radio Pakistan, the day of Eid Milad-un-Nabi started with 31 gun salutes in the federal capital and 21 gun salutes in the provincial capitals.
After the Fajr prayers, special prayers were offered in the mosques for mutual unity and harmony in the Muslim Ummah and for the prosperity and development of the country.
In the celebrations of the birth of Rehmat-ul-Alamin, the villages, streets and cities of the country have been decorated with electric lamps, green flags and banners.
The teachings and life of the Prophet are a source of guidance for all mankind, to whom special Milad ceremonies, ceremonies and conferences have been organized in different parts of the country.
The Ministry of Religious Affairs has organized the International Conference on the occasion of Eid Milad-un-Nabi in Islamabad today.
The inaugural phase of the conference will be chaired by President Arif Ali while the closing phase will be chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Note that according to the announcement of the federal government, Ishq-e-Rasool Saturday will be celebrated across the country from October 31 to November 6 in connection with the birth anniversary of Hazrat Muhammad Mustafa (PBUH).
Strict security arrangements have been made on the occasion of Eid Milad-un-Nabi in view of the recent terrorist incidents in the country.
Special instructions have been issued for the celebrations in view of the resurgence of the global pandemic coronavirus.
Therefore, to maintain law and order in the province, the Sindh government has banned double riding for one day in the province on October 30. However, journalists, law enforcement officials, senior citizens, women and children are exempt from the ban.